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7 Tips to a Healthier Lifestyle

7 Tips to a Healthier Lifestyle

1/23/2017, HEALTH Smart, Bob Perry, Comments (0)
The New Year is here and for many that will mean New Years resolutions. Here are seven small steps that you can begin taking today to make 2017 the year you live a healthier lifestyle.
Healthy Foods to Help You Trim Down

Healthy Foods to Help You Trim Down

12/23/2016, HEALTH Smart, Sean Bryant, Comments (0)
As the holidays approach and come to a finish, we are often left with the dreaded weight gain and belly fat. New Year’s Resolutions are made to lose weight, and sometimes we feel at a loss for where to start.
Stress – The Other Silent Health Risk

Stress – The Other Silent Health Risk

12/12/2016, HEALTH Smart, Bob Perry, Comments (0)
Stress is our bodies natural survival response to keep us alive when we experience a life threatening event. It is commonly referred to as the fight -or- flight response. When that response is sustained over long periods of time it can become harmful to our health. Chronic stress influences our body, mood, and behavior.
Eating for Taste vs Eating for Nutrients

Eating for Taste vs Eating for Nutrients

11/9/2016, HEALTH Smart, Bob Perry, Comments (1)
Many Americans eat with the goal of satisfying their hunger and they go about it with the mindset of satisfying their taste buds instead of eating for nutrition. You may be eating more than enough food, but are you satisfying your body’s innate need for balanced nutrition?
Feeling Refreshed After a 34-Hour Reset

Feeling Refreshed After a 34-Hour Reset

9/9/2016, HEALTH Smart, Bruce Beckel, Comments (2)
Getting the most out of the 34-hour reset.
Could a Daily Walk Change a Drivers Life?

Could a Daily Walk Change a Drivers Life?

8/10/2016, HEALTH Smart, Bruce Beckel, Comments (7)
Setting aside time every day to do something as simple as walking can not only help us physically, but mentally. A change in our physical and mental well-being could help us each become stronger as we face these real health challenges as drivers.
Who I Am, and Why it Matters

Who I Am, and Why it Matters

6/6/2016, HEALTH Smart, Danny George, Comments (4)
I am a truck driver. I belong to a profession that is not known for the fitness of the people who stay in the industry for a long time. Wait, let me amend that. Truck drivers have a reputation for their fitness level, but it is not a good reputation.
Why You Should Become an Organ Donor

Why You Should Become an Organ Donor

5/6/2016, HEALTH Smart, Carlos Rodriguez, Comments (4)
April was National Donate Life month. Have you signed up to be an organ donor?
Recent Study Suggests Sleep Apnea May Lead to an Increased Crash Rate

Recent Study Suggests Sleep Apnea May Lead to an Increased Crash Rate

4/11/2016, HEALTH Smart, Sean Bryant, Comments (0)
The FMCSA estimates that 28% of commercial truck drivers suffer from mild to severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Chances are the number is actually much higher as many people go undiagnosed because they just don’t know they have sleep apnea or they are afraid they could lose their jobs.
Sleep Apnea and the New FMCSA Pre-Rule

Sleep Apnea and the New FMCSA Pre-Rule

4/4/2016, HEALTH Smart, Susana Hatfield, Comments (0)
n March the Department of Transportation (DOT) published its sleep apnea “pre-rule” paper asking for feedback from the trucking industry about the prevalence of sleep apnea among drivers. A recent study conducted by the University of Pennsylvania and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) found that 28% of commercial truck drivers have mild to severe sleep apnea.
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