Human Resources & Organizational Development
Join the Weight Watcher At Work program at B.E.D. and "Lost it for Good."
The next 17-week session begins on 10/8/2014. Come to a FREE meeting on 10/1 to see what it's all about.
Join now and make positive changes in your life!
Wednesdays - 12-12:30pm (weigh-ins begin at 11:45am) at Burlington Electric Department - 585 Pine Street
Anyone can join this group. The full cost is $186 for 17 weeks of meetings and 19 weeks of FREE etools. So bring your friends and family members. The more support, the better.
Call or email Cathy Chamberlain today and reserve your spot. Payment is due by the first meeting on October 8th.
firstname.lastname@example.org - 802.865.7463
You don't have to be a brain surgeon to attend. Come learn about the science of medicine, and get an insider's view of the latest medical treatments and research.
Welcome to the fall 2014 semester of Community Medical School, a series of evening lectures where you'll learn from the top faculty experts who teach and inspire the next generation of physicians and scientists at the University of Vermont College of Medicine and Fletcher Allen Health Care. Each presentation reviews a current medical science topic in an easy-to-understand format, including informational handouts and a question-and-answer session. Join us for a lecture this spring in UVM's Carpenter Auditorium.
When: First Tuesday of each month: Nov. 4 and Dec. 2
6:00–7:30 pm, including a Q&A Session
Where: Carpenter Auditorium, Given Building, UVM Campus
Seminar Topics: Hip and Knee Replacement, Sugar and its Impact on Health, Keeping Blood Pressure in Check, Memory and How it is Impacted by Neurological Conditions
Free and open to the public.
Register online at www.fletcherallen.org/cms or call 802.847.2886
Eye exams ensure that your vision operates at its highest capacity, but did you know that it can also save your life?
In addition to checking your vision, VSP doctors use your annual visit to check for the early stages of some cancers. Getting regular, comprehensive eye exams is the most effective way to detect vision problems and signs of life-threatening conditions, such as ocular melanoma. Make sure to let your eye doctor know right away if you experience blurry vision, dark spots, chronic redness of the eye or ongoing nausea.
Exposure to UV rays may increase the likelihood of developing cancers of the eye later in life, so always wear sunglasses with 100% UV protection whenever you're outdoors. Prevention is the best way to keep yourself healthy.
Do you find yourself rushing from one activity to the next? Are you trying to do it all—work, personal life, family time, social and volunteer activities? If you're feeling frazzled, it may be time to de-stress your schedule.
You can win back more minutes and hours in your day. And the bonus: extra time for doing things that make you happy. These tips can help make it happen.
Do you say yes whenever someone asks for a favor? Saying no can be hard. Not to mention a little awkward. Saying yes makes people happy, right? But it's not always good for you. Sometimes you need to say no to others so you can say yes to yourself and yes to the things that you need to do.
Good reasons to say no
If you need some encouragement, here's a quick pep talk:
Say no like a pro
When you know it's time to draw the line, try these tips:
Say yes to a delicious fall dish.
Try this recipe for Roasted Butternut Squash and Shallot Soup.
Think of eight women you know—friends, family, co-workers or neighbors on your street. About 1 in 8 women in the US will develop invasive breast cancer in her lifetime.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Take a moment to remind the women you care about to get a mammogram. Send a mammogram ecard.
Don't put off getting a mammogram. It could save your life. Check with you doctor for a screening schedule that's right for you.