Gothenburg, Sweden — Managers whose organizations provide training or information on mental health are more likely to be proactive about their workers’ psychological well-being, results of a recent study out of Sweden show.
San Francisco — Some call it “soda.” Others prefer “pop.” In the South, it’s largely “Coke.”
Whatever your name for sugary soft drinks, simply saying “no” to selling them in workplaces may help employees experience positive health outcomes such as weight loss and reduced cholesterol, researchers from the University of California, San Francisco say.
Manchester, England — Walking speed is the strongest predictor of a stoke victim’s ability to return to work, with about 3 feet per second the “critical threshold,” say researchers from Manchester Metropolitan University.
Darien, IL — Have you ever thought to yourself, “One more episode before bed”? If so, you’re not alone, according to the results of a recent survey that show 88% of U.S. adults have sacrificed sleep time to watch multiple episodes of a TV show or streaming series.
Washington — U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams is urging employers to make worker well-being a higher priority, in an article published online Oct. 10 in Public Health Reports – the official journal of the Office of the Surgeon General and the U.S. Public Health Service.