1. Working Overtime May be Bad for Your Health

    Working lots of overtime may be bad for you. New research suggests that women who clock 45 or more hours a week have a higher risk of type 2 diabetes than those who work 35 to 40 hours weekly. The researchers aren't sure why extra work may boost diabetes risk, or why this link was only found in wome…Read More

  2. The Cost of Sleep Deprivation

    Sleep deprivation has some sever costs. It endangers other workers lives and costs employers $1.4 million dollars a year. Many Americans have sleep disorders but they are often an overlooked problem most off us to do not even realize. There are certain behaviors we can modify that can help improve o…Read More

  3. Social Connections and Reduced Stress

    Social connections are one of the greatest predictors of happiness and reduced stress. It can often be found that those who cope best are those who increase their social interactions in the middle of stress--which is often the opposite of what we actually do. Moreover, high levels of workplace stres…Read More

  4. Playfullness at Work

    Are you aware of all the benefits that playfulness has, or could have, in our lives? While there is much research showing these benefits in our personal lives, there has not been much attention given to the benefits of playfulness when it comes to organizations and workplaces. Playfulness in our wor…Read More

  5. Healthier Employees Are Socially Connected

    The Mayo Clinic has advised that people with strong social connections are generally healthier. They have reduced risk of depression, high blood pressure and being over weight. This is important because healthier employees have so many benefits, including having higher work performance, fewer sick d…Read More

  6. Happiness in the Workplace

    Happiness is one of the most overlooked aspects of health and well-being. Relationships are crucial to our happiness. Are you building friendships with those you work with, who work for you, or who you work for? Visit us at¬†SelfCare for HealthCare‚ĄĘ to learn how you can improve your relationships …Read More

  7. Goat yoga and many more

    There must a Yoga for you. Recently one of my Selfcare for Healthcare hospitals sent me a photo of their department doing Goat yoga--I had never even heard of it, and begin exploring this Goat yoga on the internet. I came to learn there are too many forms of Yoga to name. With so many Yoga options o…Read More

  8. Build Teams By Eating Together

    In my last video I spoke about the wide-reaching effects that good social connectedness can have on our overall health. Build stronger relationship with friends and co-workers alike by sharing a meal together--this truly can be one of THE best ways to develop those connections.…Read More

  9. Night Shift Nurses Have Increased Risk of Cancer

    Female nurses who work¬†frequent night shifts may be at greater risk for certain cancers, according to a new study published a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research. Chinese researchers¬†compared¬†data from 61 studies, from more than 114,000 cancer cases and more than 3.9 million p…Read More