UHA Worksite Wellness

Does Your Office Need Standing Desks?

Written by Linda Kalahiki on April 14, 2014. Posted in Activity & Exercise, Post

It’s no secret that sitting too long may be adversely affecting our health. From sitting in your car to sitting at your desk, more Americans are sitting for longer periods of time than ever before – Hawaiians included. Over the last decades, we have seen exercise balls and ergonomic chairs,...

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Quitting Smoking Cold Turkey Almost Never Works. Try This Instead

Written by Howard Lee on April 14, 2014. Posted in Healthcare, Post

If you are trying or have ever tried to quit smoking, in all likelihood, you have felt strong cravings to smoke – up to 90% of smokers say their experience of cravings prevents them from quitting.

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Your Commute is a Waste of Time – But it Doesn’t Have To Be

Written by Linda Kalahiki on March 16, 2014. Posted in Activity & Exercise

If you have ever sat in traffic and thought “well, this is a waste time,” you are not alone. Though Hawaii residents boast shorter commute distances than most other Americans, we are all working longer hours and spending less time outside getting exercise. With work, family and social...

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Who’s Causing You Stress? The Truth Might Surprise You

Written by Kim Soares on March 05, 2014. Posted in Well-Being

American research has yet to catch up with the need for a greater understanding of stress: its causes, effects and how to prevent and resolve it. Yet, as the current literature stands, Dr. Mike Evans of the American Institute of Stress offers one tangible, practical solution for stress that each...

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