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The Oral Health Expert - Newsletter -January 2020
How Healthy Teeth Are Linked to Rocks Read more on: Can Lemon Water Harm Your Teeth? Essential Minerals That Build a Healthy Smile Healthy Recipe: Beef and broccoli Stir-Fry Version...
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UMR - Helping You - Let’s all show our hearts some love this month
February is American Heart Month, sponsored by the American Heart Association to help prevent heart disease by raising awareness of its effects. Coronary artery disease (CAD), also called coronary...
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Wellbeing Insights - February 2020 Newsletter
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Managing Workplace Stressors Face Stress: Get Mentally Fit! Flu Prevention at Work A...
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Wellbeing Insights - January 2020 Newsletter
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Your Financial Checkup New Year's Resolution for Mental Health Exercise: What Kind Should...
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The Oral Health Expert - Newsletter
Keep your mouth healthy during the Holiday Season Read more on: Healthy Holiday Gifts and Stocking Stuffers 4 Ways to Keep Your Mouth Healthy During Cold and Flu Season 9 Ways to Relieve...

Sunnyside Health and Wellness


Laura
Emslie
Director of Human Resources
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.

Want to get started? Log into your UMR wellbeing portal and learn how you can save up $525 in health insurance premiums by becoming a healthier, you!

 

How Healthy Teeth Are Linked to Rocks Read more on: Can Lemon Water Harm Your Teeth? Essential Minerals That Build a Healthy Smile Healthy Recipe: Beef and broccoli Stir-Fry Version en Español - Click Here  
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Managing Workplace Stressors Face Stress: Get Mentally Fit! Flu Prevention at Work A Simple Guide to Digging Out of Holiday Debt
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Your Financial Checkup New Year's Resolution for Mental Health Exercise: What Kind Should You Do and When Will You Do It? Four Elements Define Personal Financial Wellbeing
February is American Heart Month, sponsored by the American Heart Association to help prevent heart disease by raising awareness of its effects. Coronary artery disease (CAD), also called coronary heart disease, is a condition in which fatty deposits called plaque build up in the heart’s arteries. These deposits cause the arteries to become narrow and blocked, which limits the flow of blood to the heart. Heart disease remains the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States and is typically caused by a diet high in fat, cigarette smoking, diabetes or hypertension (high blood pressure). For some people, this may result in a chronic, narrowing of the coronary artery over time that limits blood supply to the heart’s muscle. For others, plaque in the arteries can break open suddenly to form a blood clot. This can cause a heart attack or stroke. You can reduce your risk for heart disease by doing the following: Quitting all use of tobacco or other nicotine products Being physically active at least 30 minutes a day, five days a week Eating a diet low in unhealthy fats and added salt Working to reach and maintain a healthy weight Getting regular screenings for contributing conditions such as high blood pressure, cholesterol or diabetes Find out more about your heart health 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. To make it even easier, we’ve picked healthy recipes for healthy snack mix, homemade chicken soup, and chicken picadillo, and chicken and mushroom fricassee.  
Keep your mouth healthy during the Holiday Season Read more on: Healthy Holiday Gifts and Stocking Stuffers 4 Ways to Keep Your Mouth Healthy During Cold and Flu Season 9 Ways to Relieve Dry Mouth Healthy Recipe: Tuscan Bean Soup