USPSTF Recommends Anxiety Screenings For All Adults Under 65

USPSTF Recommends Anxiety Screenings For All Adults Under 65

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force published draft guidance last week recommending that doctors evaluate all patients under the age of 65 for signs of anxiety. The recommendations are intended to help primary care physicians diagnose patients suffering from anxiety disorders during preventive care visits.

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Studies: Extreme Weather Impacts Well-Being

Studies: Extreme Weather Impacts Well-Being

Since experts believe climate change is resulting in more frequent heatwaves and other extreme weather events, it is worth exploring the impact climate has on personal health to help employees stay safe and mentally sound.

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Survey: 70% Of Employers Considering A Lifestyle Spending Account

Survey: 70% Of Employers Considering A Lifestyle Spending Account

What benefit offering gives employees flexibility and freedom of choice while still allowing employers to decide the scope and stay true to their values? Meet Lifestyle Spending Accounts (LSAs).

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Beyond The Rainbow-Colored Profile Picture: 5 Alternative Ways Companies Can Honor Pride Month

Beyond The Rainbow-Colored Profile Picture: 5 Alternative Ways Companies Can Honor Pride Month

Companies often express their support for Pride Month through social media statuses, rainbow-colored profile pictures, and other visible indications of allyship. Check out what some companies are doing to back up these actions and provide more impactful support for the LGBTQ+ community.

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Study: Most Employees Not Comfortable Discussing Mental Health At Work

Study: Most Employees Not Comfortable Discussing Mental Health At Work

A recent study shows that most employees are not comfortable talking about mental health at work. Explore how this can impact organizations’ mental wellness strategies and learn tips for destigmatizing mental health discussions at the office.

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Toxic Positivity Cultures

Toxic Positivity Cultures

An emphasis on positivity can become “toxic” when used as the sole response to employees’ negative thoughts or feelings. Learn about the importance of accepting negative feelings in the workplace and explore how to address toxic positivity.

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Microsoft Report Finds Employees Place Mental Wellness Over Work

Microsoft Report Finds Employees Place Mental Wellness Over Work

As return-to-office plans present new wellness obstacles, workers are raising their standards and putting their mental health first.

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6 Tips For Keeping Employees Hydrated As They Return To The Office

6 Tips For Keeping Employees Hydrated As They Return To The Office

According to some experts, 75% of Americans are dehydrated. Try these six tips for helping employees meet their daily hydration needs.

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Wellness Lessons From Ancient Philosophers: How Moral Injury Harms Personal And Organizational Well-Being

Wellness Lessons From Ancient Philosophers: How Moral Injury Harms Personal And Organizational Well-Being

Often confused with burnout, moral injury occurs when employees participate in events that violate their moral values or feel betrayed by a trusted authority. This workplace ailment can have devastating effects on personal and organizational well-being. Learn what experts say can be done to prevent and treat it.

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