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UMR - Helping You - Help keep safety top of mind this summer
Help keep safety top of mind this summer Summer is a time for long days by the lake, hiking, exploring or biking around the neighborhood. But the fun comes with risks – from sunburns, to bug bites...
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Wellbeing Insights - June 2020 Newsletter
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Say What You Mean the Right Way Canceled by COVID-19: Managing Disappointment Tips for...
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Wellbeing Insights - July 2020 Newsletter
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Explore New Horizons and Expand the Mind Refocusing at Work after COVID-19 Connect With...
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The Oral Health Expert - Newsletter - June 2020
Gearing Up for Summer Sports Read more on: A Simple Guide to Mouthwash Are Grilled Foods Good for Teeth? Healthy Recipe: Easy Grilled Chicken with Homemade Dry Rub  
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The Oral Health Expert - Newsletter - June 2020 - Spanish
Preparándose para los deportes de verano UN VISTAZO HACIA ADENTRO: Una guía simple sobre el enjuague bucal ¿Los alimentos a la parrilla son buenos para los dientes? Receta: Pollo a la...

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.

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In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Say What You Mean the Right Way Canceled by COVID-19: Managing Disappointment Tips for Coping with Extreme Stress How Quarantine May Impact Your Next Tax Return
In this month’s Employee Newsletter, we discuss the following topics: Online Seminar Reminder: Explore New Horizons and Expand the Mind Refocusing at Work after COVID-19 Connect With Yourself Budgeting in Uncertain Times  
Help keep safety top of mind this summer Summer is a time for long days by the lake, hiking, exploring or biking around the neighborhood. But the fun comes with risks – from sunburns, to bug bites and even serious injuries. Following simple safety tips can prevent an accident or injury from spoiling a good time. Here are some ways to identify and avoid potential dangers and help keep our families safe and smiling this summer: In the sun: Sunscreen can help prevent skin cancer by protecting you from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays. Pick a sunscreen that has a sun protection factor (SPF) of 30 or higher and use enough to generously cover all skin not covered by clothing. In and around the water: Never swim alone, obey all pool or swimming area rules and stick to designated areas supervised by a lifeguard. On two wheels: The No. 1 rule of bicycle safety for riders of all ages is to wear a helmet that meets safety standards and fits securely. And if riding at night, wear reflective clothing and make sure your bike has a light and reflectors. In the heat: As temperatures rise, so does our risk for heat-related illnesses. Limit time outdoors during the hottest part of the day – between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. – and drink plenty of water to stay hydrated. If you suspect someone has heatstroke, call 911 and cool them off any way you can, using ice packs, wet towels or cool water. In buggy areas: Warm weather brings out insects and other pests that may bite or sting. Use insect repellent and wear long-sleeved shirts and pants to keep off mosquitoes and ticks that may spread disease. When boating: Before heading out on the water, make sure the boat operator is licensed and experienced with the boat and the body of water. Check that everyone on board is wearing a Coast Guard-approved life jacket that fits. Below are helpful links to resources selected by our Worksite Wellness consultants to help your employees stay safe this summer. We’ve chosen summer savvy tips from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and more safety tips from the National Safety Council. There’s also kids safety tips from kidshealth.org, hydration tips from the CDC, and advice for older adults on staying safe in hot weather. Plus, we’ve picked healthy recipes for Berry Cheesecake Pops, Cherry Clafouti, and Caribbean Tuna Salad.  Consider sharing these links with your employees, or download the items to print or attach to an email for distribution. Savor summer with Healthy You The Summer 2020 issue of UMR’s Healthy You digital magazine is now available. Attached is your monthly Healthy You email blast to share with your employees for July. Designed to keep readers in touch with Healthy You, this month’s email provides links to the latest issue and feature articles on tasty ways to reduce your salt intake and things to know about swimmer’s ear. 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 summer safety resources This month’s suggested health promotional campaign in our 2020 Health and Wellness Communication Guide is designed to promote safety tips around fireworks and other popular summer activities. Click here to view and download the “Have a blast but don’t get burned” poster to print and display in your workplace, click here for a flyer on summertime safety, or click here for a flyer on avoiding food-borne illnesses. Want related information to print and hand out to members or attach to an email? Click here for a flyer on safe alcohol use, click here for an article on using sunscreen, or click here for a flyer on staying hydrated.  
Gearing Up for Summer Sports Read more on: A Simple Guide to Mouthwash Are Grilled Foods Good for Teeth? Healthy Recipe: Easy Grilled Chicken with Homemade Dry Rub  
Preparándose para los deportes de verano UN VISTAZO HACIA ADENTRO: Una guía simple sobre el enjuague bucal ¿Los alimentos a la parrilla son buenos para los dientes? Receta: Pollo a la parrilla con aliño seco casero