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Can You See Me Now?

Remember when the only vision impairment you had to worry about was poking your eye out? Now that we are adults we have a host of additional vision concerns to think about. We know we have to see clearly in order to function well at work, but there is more to our eyes than just focusing. Did you know that even those who have 20/20 vision should have their vision screened regularly?
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Heather Torres  
by Heather Torres- March 12, 2014 - Wellness
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Norovirus or Flu?

No doubt you have head the new stories about the flu making its annual comeback. With everyone spending more time indoors such viruses transmit easier and can spread like wildfire. However, it is important to note the difference between influenza and Norovirus. Why is it important to note? With Norovirus you are still contagious even when you start to feel better. As an employer it is important to help your people know that coming to work sick isn’t helping anyone.
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Heather Torres  
by Heather Torres- January 6, 2014 - Wellness
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Joy

What Brings YOU Joy?

Yesterday a group of us received an email from our Business Development Coordinator reminding us to submit blog articles as we had fallen behind in our duties. Puzzled I resent her my latest blog that was never posted only to find out that she had posted it, I just didn’t recall it.
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Lori Crowell  
by Lori Crowell- December 31, 2013 - Personal Development
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Understanding Your Memory

Yesterday a group of us received an email from our Business Development Coordinator reminding us to submit blog articles as we had fallen behind in our duties. Puzzled I resent her my latest blog that was never posted only to find out that she had posted it, I just didn’t recall it.
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Heather Torres  
by Heather Torres - December 16, 2013 - Wellness
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Meal Planning, Calendars, Down Time - There's Help For The Fall Family

A lot of people I meet juggle multiple children with multiple sports, school, homework and jobs. I've got three inexpensive ways to manage your family this fall.
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Heather Torres  
by Heather Torres - November 6, 2013 - Personal Development, Family
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Special Halloween

This Halloween a lot of creatures will visit your door. Be open minded. The child that is grabbing more than one piece of candy, might have poor fine motor skills. The child who takes forever to pick out one piece of candy, might have motor planning issues.
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Heather Torres  
by Heather Torres - October 31, 2013 - Personal Development, Challenges, Family
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Mt.St.Helens

The BIG One!

Washington State is ground zero for a ring of fire earthquake, and we are DUE. The fewer smaller quakes we have in Washington increases the likelihood of a major earthquake as the pressure keeps building around the Cascadia Subduction Zone.
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Jason Mayer  
by Jason Mayer- October 18, 2013 - Risk Management, Safety
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Grand Forest Cairn

Enjoying Technology in the Gym or the Woods

Recently I took my family to the Grand Forest on Bainbridge Island. You can walk the 3-mile trail system on well-maintained trails while enjoying the huge cedar trees and dense forest that surround you. We have water bottles and snacks to keep the kids hydrated and motivated. This is the kind of environment where I find peace and perspective in the silence. Well, it would be peaceful except for the “bringing the family” part.
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Heidi Dearinger  
by Heidi Dearinger - September 18, 2013 - Technology, Family, Wellness
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Coconut Oil Praises from a Butteroholic

Through my blogs I encourage employers to help their employees and their company bottom line by instituting small wellness steps such as encouraging preventive care checkups, parking further from the store to add a little extra exercise and ways to reduce stress. But let’s get down to brass tacks, none of this matters if the main source of calories is essentially junk. Have you ever heard the saying garbage in, garbage out? That applies to much more than just data entry!
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Heather Torres  
by Heather Torres - September 9, 2013 - Wellness
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