Health

clock January 23, 2020 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogOur Community tag Health

Staying fit is so important for the body, mind, and spirit. Luckily, Rhode Island offers plenty of great gyms to help you reach your fitness goals. Check out one in your area and have a happy, healthy 2020. Cranston Orangetheory Fitness 4 Chapel View Boulevard Even if you’re pressed for time, you can squeeze in… Read more »

clock January 22, 2019 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogOur Community tag Health

The New Year is a time when many people focus on improving their health and losing weight. However, standard gyms aren’t for everyone. Fortunately, Rhode Island offers many alternatives that take the boredom out of fitness and weight loss. Here are just a few. Try Rock Climbing Rock climbing is for almost all ages, but… Read more »

clock October 30, 2018 comments No Comments flowchart Family & Home CareOur Blog tag Health

It’s not always easy to face the fact that your parents are getting old. Simple tasks can become complex, and they’re not always willing to share their problems. However, with a little planning and forethought you can ease the transition as your parents grow older. Here are a few handy tips to make things run… Read more »

clock December 29, 2015 comments No Comments flowchart Our Blog tag HealthHolidays

New Year’s Resolutions It always starts out the same way. I create a list of things that I want to change in my life in the New Year, my resolutions. Some years I want to wake up early and work out before work, other years I want to get more organized or save money. Then… Read more »

clock November 17, 2015 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogOur Community tag Community InvolvementHealth

The month of October is known worldwide as Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  So, throughout the month of October, our office was dedicated to raising awareness about breast cancer. Having several breast cancer survivors in our office made this message especially important to us. Throughout the month of October, everyone in the office wore pink on… Read more »

clock October 11, 2015 comments No Comments flowchart Our BlogOur Community tag Charity InvolvementCommunity InvolvementHealth

On Sunday, October 18th the American Cancer Society will host its annual Making Strides against Breast Cancer Walk in Downtown Providence. The Making Strides against Breast Cancer walk is a huge event with over 2,455 participants walking to finish the fight against breast cancer. Throughout the month of September our casual Friday’s went to support… Read more »

clock August 13, 2015 comments No Comments flowchart Our Blog tag HealthSafetyWeather

Dehydration occurs far more frequently in the summer because the hot temperatures can dry out your body. Increased perspiration can leave you feeling dizzy and nauseous in a very short amount of time. it is important to understand how to avoid dehydration this summer. Load Up on Water before Going into the Sun The first… Read more »

clock July 30, 2015 comments No Comments flowchart Our Blog tag HealthSafetyWeather

Making exercise a part of your daily routine can benefit both your mental and physical wellness. However, when the temperature soars, you could fall victim to heat exhaustion, dehydration, and blistering sunburn. The following information offers tips on how to work out safely this summer. Apply Sunscreen Sunscreen should be a regular part of your… Read more »