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Avenue H

Published by <p>If you're running a small business you've got a lot on your plate. Some of the major concerns of business owners are health care and worker productivity. Keeping employees engaged in their work is a key concern of small business. In fact, it is estimated that companies lose more than half a trillion dollars a year in lost productivity from employees. Studies have also shown that one of the key drivers of disengagement and low productivity is health. Employers seeking to improve worker productivity and reduce absenteeism should employ broad work-site based interventions encompassing employee health management and engagement strategies. This may sound like a daunting task, but there are simple things that employers can do to encourage healthy behaviors for their employees.</p>

Smart Goals-the Keys To Fitness Motivation

Published by <p>Many people find that the most difficult part of their fitness program is sticking with it. Often we drift from program to program, becoming passionately dedicated to step classes one month, then Pilates or yoga the next. Sometimes we drop fitness altogether, opting for life back on the couch.</p>

Family Happiness

Published by <p>You'd be hard pressed to find anyone who does not want family happiness. However, it is not always easy to ensure that your family remains in good spirits. But, as the saying goes, it's the little things in life that make a big difference. That said, here are a few ideas you can make use of to put some smiles on the faces of your family members.</p>

Utah Honor Flight Homecoming, Spectacular!

Published by <p>Some moments you just can't put into words. That's how I felt watching 65 World War II Veterans come home to a screaming mob of friends and family. They had just returned from the experience of a lifetime traveling back to Washington DC and then on to the World War II Memorial. Their monetary cost was minimal; no, they paid the price 70 years ago so we can stand here today and wave a flag that stands for freedom.</p>

Remember the H20!

Published by <p>As the mercury rises, we tend to find ourselves spending more time outside. July and August are typically the hottest months in Utah, making heat exhaustion a real concern. There are three levels we need to be aware of; dehydration, heat exhaustion and heat stroke.</p>

Your Health is More Important Than a Gadget

Published by <p><p>If you take better care of your car or favorite electronic gadget than your own health, you are not alone.</p><p>Men are known for having an overwhelmingly dismissive attitude when it comes to their physical health. Dr. Scott Hansen from Intermountain Healthcare says maintaining an active lifestyle is not only needed, but it's necessary.</p></p>

Summer Business Food & Fund Drive 2014

Published by <p>When you hear the phrase "Food Drive" most of us probably think of food drives during the winter months. What many people don't realize is that hunger isn't limited to one season. In fact, Utah Food Bank sees an increased demand during the summer months. It's during the summer months that many children are out of school and don't have access to school lunch programs. It is also during these summer months that donations are often at their lowest making it more difficult to feed those in need. That's why Utah Food Bank's Summer Business Food & Fund Drive is so important.</p>

10 Habits of Happy Couples

Published by <p>Happy couples know that when the honeymoon is over, the real work in maintaining the relationship begins. All successful, happy relationships require work from both parties. Love, communication, and commitment will help the relationship grow and flourish. Here are 10 ideas to help keep your relationship happy and healthy.</p>

Men’s Health Matters

Published by <p>June is Men's Health Month. Overall health and wellness is an important part of living a full and happy life. Addressing one's health is scary, but avoiding it altogether can be deadly. What do time, money and appearance all have in common with men's health? They're all frequently used by men as reasons, or excuses, to avoid going to the doctor. Dr. Scott Hansen with Intermountain Healthcare offers some advice to get you or the men in your life to make routine, preventative health care a priority.</p>

June is Men’s Health Month

Published by <p><i>Gary Michaels here from 103.5 The Arrow.</i> June is Men's Health month. So over the next several weeks, we will be giving simple tips on air and here on our Your Health blog that you can use to help improve your health.<br><br><b></p>