Dessert for Breakfast?
It's Official! Americans basically eat dessert for breakfast. See how the US stacks up against other countries. Watch the Washington Post video here.
Healthy People = Better Business
Here are the facts: Healthier people work harder, are happier, help others and are more efficient. Unhealthy workers are generally sluggish, overtired and unhappy, as the work is a symptom of their way of life.
According to Corporate Wellness Magazine, every $1 invested in employee wellness programs yields roughly $4 in savings through reduced sick days, higher productivity and decreased overall health costs.
Taken from Forbes Magazine Online version
Mesa Community College is the proud Gold recipient for the The Healthy Arizona Worksite Award.
8 Dimensions of Wellness
Spiritual wellness relates to an individual’s sense of purpose and life meaning. This is the most personal of all eight dimensions of wellness.
Your emotional health is influenced by a number of factors including relationships, physical health and stress.
Environmental wellness involves the relationship between you and nature as well as the surroundings in which you live and work.
Occupational wellness is having personal satisfaction and enrichment from one’s vocation. Finding work fulfilling with a feeling of contributing meaningfully and continuing to expand your skills and strengths.
Financial wellness is about living within your means and feeling good about your current and future financial health habits. Financial well-being is intertwined with physical and emotional health.
The Intellectual Wellness Dimension involves keeping our brains active and our intellect expanding which contributes to a total well-being. Intellectual growth is not restricted to formal education. It involves a lifelong quest for knowledge.
Physical wellness encompasses the functional process of the body. This dimension involves many areas: Sleep, Health, Nutrition.