Dementia is often associated with Alzheimer’s Disease which is a form of dementia. However dementia also includes any condition that leads to deficits in cognitive function including memory, thinking, and reasoning. Other diseases that fall.Read More
Marijuana, Cannabis, Mary-Jane, Weed, Ganja – call it what you like, it will all be legal in Canada on October 17th. There are two categories of cannabis – for medical use and for recreational use..Read More
Dining on the Road
Whether on the road for vacation or work, maintaining a healthy diet can be challenging. Following some simple tips can keep your diet on track: 1. Drink water before a meal to curb the.Read More
OHIP+ and the EAP: Transition Period is Ending
OHIP+ is the government-funded program that took effect January 1st. It covers drugs for Ontario youth up to age 25. Drugs covered under OHIP+ are not covered by the group plan. OHIP+ covers drugs listed.Read More
Today’s office environments often range from high-wall cubicles to open, shared-desk flexible work arrangements. Making that environment work for everyone can be a challenge. Being a good cubicle-mate comes down to respect for those.Read More
Benefits BulletinOctober 14, 2020 Supporting Employees with an EFAP
Work life and family dynamics have been disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. People are absorbing new, stressful information every day.
Health & WellnessNovember 2, 2020 Fruit & Vegetables for Physical Health & Moving for Mental Health
Load ‘em Up! How to Add More Fruits and Vegetables to Your Daily Diet According to Statistics Canada, eating fruits.
GMS Quiz CornerMay 1, 2016
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