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Good Things Come to Those Who Sleep

You may not realize it, but there is important work going on while you sleep. Sleep stimulates the brain regions used in learning. It plays a role in our physical and mental health. Sleep also increases cell growth to repair damage from stress and ultraviolet rays. It may truly be “beauty sleep!"  Learn More!

Wellness Monthly Newsletter: Empowering Kids to be Kind

Bullying comes in many forms. It may involve making threats, spreading rumors or attacking someone with words or fists. Excluding someone from a group is another way of bullying. Learn how a Minnesota teacher found an inspiring way to create a community of kindness in a high school cafeteria.  Learn More!

Preventing Children's Sports Injuries

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 2.6 million children 0 to 19 years old are treated in the emergency department each year for sports and recreation-related injuries. By knowing the causes of sports injuries and how to prevent them, you can help make athletics a positive experience for your child.   Learn More!
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Enhance your positive mental health, resiliency and worklife balance! Liveandworkwell is a member and family resource site for people with Behavioral Health, Employee Assistance or WorkLife benefits from Optum® or one of our partner companies. We provide confidential access to professional care, self-help programs, interactive tools and educational resources to help with life's changes and challenges.

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