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According to the U.S. Surgeon General, most Americans should log 10,000 steps per day to reduce the risk of disease and help lead a healthy, productive life. Consider using a pedometer, a device used to track how many steps you take.

Use these stair-use recommendations to help reach your daily 10,000 step goal:

  • When you need to use the restroom at work, walk the stairs to another floor to do so.
  • While at work, at the shopping mall or other...
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Nonprofit organizations provide essential social services that benefit communities and their members. These organizations cannot survive without a solid volunteer Board of Directors assigned to elect officers, adopt policies and make major financial decisions for the organization. Although the members of the board are volunteers, there is a certain amount of risk involved in holding one of these positions. Specifically, even when acting in good faith, board members are subject to personal...

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No one ever plans to have their car break down, but you can plan ahead to deal with it safely. Read on to learn about some helpful hints to help you remain safe and injury-free should you get stuck on the road.

If your car breaks down, your safety should be your primary concern. Consider these safety tips:

  • Move your vehicle to a safe area before getting out to check on damage or to make a repair. If you were involved in an accident, signal to the other...
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Recently, I had the opportunity to hear some of the most interesting and credible views on where our healthcare system may be heading.

For any of you that may be entrenched in our healthcare industry, you are noting a period of rapid change. That’s a positive, and I have compiled some thoughts and insights from a few industry leaders focused on the changes to come.

  1. Value-Based Healthcare

The move to...

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Women are particularly at risk of developing problems in their reproductive organs and should make efforts to reduce their risks by engaging in regular screenings, examinations and tests to detect problems early on. Read on for some preventive care recommendations.

  • Mammogram - Women should have a mammogram every one to two years after age 40.
  • Pap Smears - Women should have their first Pap smear at age 21 and...
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Social engineering fraud (SEF) is a type of fraud that’s become increasingly common over the last several years. However, even though many instances of this fraud transpire over email communications, it’s a company’s crime policy—not a cyber policy—that would often provide coverage in the event of an SEF loss.

That’s why it’s especially important to understand your crime policy, how it might cover SEF, why it might not, and what endorsements you might want to obtain to make sure SEF...

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The U.S. Fire Administration states that 75 percent of confined home heating fires occur in the chimney and flue of your fireplace. Performing simple safety measures and maintenance on your fireplace will ensure your family and home stay safe.

Here are some fireplace safety tips to consider:

  1. Keep it clear. Clear out any debris from the fireplace and keep all flammable items like furniture, blankets and papers a safe distance away at...
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The health insurance landscape is changing and being aware of and embracing employee benefits solutions in 2019 is essential for employers to stay competitive.

In 2018, advances in technology allowed us to change the entire healthcare experience for members. What began as the migration to electronic medical records and online member portals for insurance information has morphed into fully functioning virtual experience for healthcare. Members interact with a physician virtually for...

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Snowmen, snow angels and snowball fights are fun activities for children and the young at heart. But being outside in cold temperatures can have an adverse effect on your health if you are not careful. Frostbite is a common ailment for those who have prolonged exposure to cold temperatures and low wind chill factors.

Though everyone is at risk of developing frostbite when outside in winter, some are more susceptible than others. In fact, children, the elderly,...

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Continuity is critical in business, and there are few things more important than continuous revenue and cash flow, particularly for small to medium-sized organizations. In fact, just one brief business interruption can be incredibly costly for an organization, often leading to serious reputational damages or long-term closures.

That’s where business interruption insurance can help. This form of coverage provides protection against a variety of common interruptions, including natural...

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