Thanksgiving might be over, but the holidays have just begun. The American Heart Association has released recommendations for seasonal, healthy foods that will keep your celebrations merry and your heart filled with joy, not cholesterol.
"Half of a meal should comprise fruits and vegetables that consist of a variety of colors,” said Vilma Andari, a spokeswoman for the American Heart Association in a statement. “The other two quarters should be whole grains and healthy proteins.”
Leigh Stringer, LEED AP, author of The Healthy Workplace www.leighstringer.com, works for EYP, an architecture, engineering and building technology firm and is a workplace strategy expert and researcher. Her work has been covered by CNN, USA Today, the Wall Street Journal and Good Morning America.
Winter is coming, and prepping workers for cold temperatures should start well before the first snowflake falls. Proper PPE should include multiple layers of protection, both moisture-wicking and wind-resistant, as well as gloves and hard hat liners.
Dressing improperly, wetness/dampness and preexisting conditions can contribute to cold stress and hypothermia, a condition that occurs when the body’s temperature begins to fall to dangerous levels, resulting in tissue damage and even death.
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