The holidays are like finals for adults—you spend weeks preparing in anticipation, all leading up to a few days of stress, and then go time for the big event. Holidays can be a stressful time of the year, to say the least.Physical activity doesn’t always mean an intense hour-long workout at the gym every day. While this form of exercise has great benefits, it’s not for everyone.
Are all foods we think are healthy actually healthy? Not necessarily. Take our quiz to find out which “traditionally” thought healthy foods are actually not as healthy as you think they are, and which foods are actually healthier than you’d think.
Living a longer, healthier life requires physical activity, eating healthy, and routine visits to the doctor. When these three factors work together, it allows you to stay your healthiest. In turn- your odds of living longer increase.
Physical activity doesn’t always mean an intense hour-long workout at the gym every day. While this form of exercise has great benefits, it’s not for everyone.
Healthy eating doesn’t have to mean organic and overpriced. It’s possible to have a healthy diet while on a budget. You can still pick fresh produce that gives important nutritional value to your diet without breaking the bank.
SBMA’s Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC) Benefits plan provides expecting mothers the resources to screen for potential risk factors that impact the mother and baby. Some conditions or complications that arise during pregnancy are not easily recognizable, and may require screening and testing for a diagnosis.
Illness is never something you expect or plan to happen. It can come out of nowhere, and cause financial stress when you don’t have access to the right financial support. Even with a healthy lifestyle, you may need medical care sometime in your life. Be proactive about your health insurance, and make sure you’re covered before you get sick .Prepare, financial backup just in case to make sure you are covered.
Encouraging preventative care benefits your company short and long term. When employees have access to resources to support their wellbeing, they are able to utilize it to continue on a healthier trajectory to be more present and engaging during day to day tasks.
Access to physical and mental resources promotes healthy and happy employees. When employees are healthy, both physically and mentally, it ultimately increases overall productivity in the workplace. For more information on how to promote healthy habits in your workforce, read on.
Providing health benefits that prioritize the health and well-being of employees is an efficient way to improve workplace productivity.
Voluntary benefits are often offered as an option by employers to their employees. This health coverage option exists at no cost to employers and is therefore often a no-brainer option to offer employees. We’re sharing everything you need to know about voluntary benefits in our guide.