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Delta Dental - Word of Mouth
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Planning for Success - Online Seminar
Planning for Success - ONLINE SEMINAR   Get organized, get energized Explore the secrets behind being more organized and more efficient to help combat and reduce overwhelm. Visit your...
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UMR - Helping You - Give your heart some X’s and O’s this month
Give your heart some X’s and O’s this month Is your heart getting all the TLC it needs? If not, American Heart Month is the ideal time to commit to giving your heart more love and attention. Here...
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Wellbeing Insights - February 2021 Newsletter
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Setting Goals for Your Future Time: A Special Resource Practicing Mindful Communication...
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Wellbeing Insights - January 2021 Newsletter
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Reframing Your World How to Make those New Year’s Resolutions Stick Practicing Gratitude...
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Financial Wellness Seminar
Contact: Andre R. Solis at (520) 907-3350 for more information

Sunnyside Health and Wellness


Phone: (520) 545-2006
2238 East Ginter Road, Tucson, AZ, 85706

NOVEMBER 20, 2018 / MODIFIED NOV 20, 2018 11:33 AM

The Sunnyside wellbeing program was designed to help Sunnyside care for all our employees. This program offers resources, tips and other content to enrich your personal health, mental/emotional well-being, and even your financial health.

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  Trouble viewing this email? View as webpage.     Learn the most common causes for tooth decay and how to keep kids from grinding their teeth. Plus, find out which products are best for whitening your teeth and why you should talk to your dentist before you try whitening at home. READ NOW     A healthy employee is a happy employee. To make sure your employees have access to quality oral and overall health information each month we created a Dental Health Resource Calendar. The calendar includes fun assets like articles, videos and Tooth Fairy Tips you can share.  LEARN MORE     While science is still evolving, data suggests that oral health may play an essential role during the COVID-19 pandemic when it comes to staying healthy. Learn how poor oral health can create complications for COVID-19 patients and what the studies have shown so far.  LEARN MORE   *http://www.mouthcovidconnection.com     For many young folks, entering the workforce is both exciting and daunting. Young workers often have to make big decisions about things like health and dental benefits. It's important for employers to play an active role in helping their young workforce feel empowered to make good decisions about their health. READ NOW   STILL WANT MORE? We have you covered! Check out the latest Grin! magazine. We add new articles to the website every month! READ THE LATEST   Sign up for Delta Dental's oral health newsletter, The Floss. Each month, we'll send you an email with helpful articles on dental health, yummy recipes and other resources to keep you and your employees' smiles sparkling. SIGN UP   We strive to send you emails that you find informative and useful. Your feedback is important, so let us know if we hit the mark. We welcome your suggestions and ideas! GIVE FEEDBACK   CONNECT WITH US ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌ ‌
Planning for Success - ONLINE SEMINAR   Get organized, get energized Explore the secrets behind being more organized and more efficient to help combat and reduce overwhelm. Visit your SUSD Health and Wellness page starting March 16th   For more info visit www.deeroakseap.com or call 888-993-7650 | EMAIL: eap@deeroaks.com
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Setting Goals for Your Future Time: A Special Resource Practicing Mindful Communication Get Past Your Exercise Roadblocks Breakfast Smoothie Recipe Handling Political Conflict at Work as an Employee Change Your Life with SMART Goals
Give your heart some X’s and O’s this month Is your heart getting all the TLC it needs? If not, American Heart Month is the ideal time to commit to giving your heart more love and attention. Here are five ways to spoil your body’s most important muscle — and keep it pumping strong. Take your heart for a walk. Staying active by simply putting one foot in front of the other is one of the easiest ways to help protect your heart. Walking is free, simple to do and there’s a low risk of injury.   Feed your heart smart snacks. Instead of snacks packed with unhealthy fats, sugar or salt, try heart-friendly options like whole-grain crackers with canned tuna or salmon, a fruit or veggie smoothie, fat-free or low-fat popcorn, or fat-free or low-fat yogurt topped with berries.   Test your heart. High blood cholesterol can raise your risk of heart disease, a heart attack or a stroke. But it usually doesn’t cause symptoms. That’s why all adults 20 and older need their cholesterol tested on a regular basis. Ask your doctor how often to get yours checked.   Stress your heart less. When tension mounts, talk out problems with a trusted friend, family member or counselor. And try to replace negative thoughts with positive ones — for example, replace “I’ve really messed up,” with “Everybody makes mistakes,” or “I can’t do this,” with “I’ll give it my best shot.”   Tend to your heart with thanks. Research shows that practicing gratitude is good medicine for your heart and health. It can lower blood pressure and boost your immune system, and it can help you engage in healthy behaviors. To feel more thankful, try keeping a gratitude journal. Look for your blessings — large and small — and write them down. Here are links to resources we’ve selected to help you spread the word about heart health. We’ve chosen articles from the American Heart Association on the science behind healthy hearts, the importance of heart health screenings, the tie between mental health and heart health, and 6 simple steps for the whole family to be heart healthy. Plus, we’ve picked heart healthy recipes from heart.org for an Egg and Cheese Wrap, Caramel Toffee Fruit Kebabs and Chicken and Quinoa Soup. Consider sharing these links with your employees as part of your health promotion activities this month. Healthy You emails for February Attached is your monthly Healthy You email blast to share with your employees for February. Designed to keep readers in touch with Healthy You, this month’s email provides links to feature articles on heart-healthy cooking suggestions, a three-pronged approach to successful weight loss, and winter skin care tips. Simply open the attached email message, insert your employee mailing list and hit send. And if you do not use Outlook email software, we’re providing the same content in a PDF format that can be forwarded as an attachment or posted to an intranet site to share with employees. More resources on heart health This month’s suggested health promotional campaigns in our 2020 Wellness CARE Communication Guide are designed to raise awareness of the primary risk factors associated with heart disease and encourage individuals to take steps to reduce their personal risks. Click here to view and download the “Don’t be left in the dark” poster to print and display in your workplace, or click here for the “Flex your heart muscles” poster to share with employees. Want related information to promote heart health to your members? click here to download and print the “Flex your heat muscles” postcard to mail to employees’ homes, click here for a flyer on the primary risks for developing heart disease, click here for a flyer on the signs and symptoms of a heart attack, or click here for a flyer on cholesterol-lowering medications.  
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Reframing Your World How to Make those New Year’s Resolutions Stick Practicing Gratitude Six Meditation Apps to Help You Remain Calm Prepare for the Year Ahead with this Post-Christmas Financial Checklist
Contact: Andre R. Solis at (520) 907-3350 for more information