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UMR - Helping You - Keep healthy on the menu this holiday season
Keep healthy on the menu this holiday season The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will likely require many of us to adjust our holiday plans this season. Some large parties may be cancelled this year, we...
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The Oral Health Expert - Newsletter - November 2020
What is Preventive Dental Care? Read more on: Give Yourself the Gift of Great Oral Health Every Part of Your Mouth Plays a Part in Oral Health Healthy Recipe: Baked Salmon  
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UMR - Helping You - October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month Many of us know someone in our lives who has experienced breast cancer. There are more than 2.8 million breast cancer survivors living in the...
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We are here for you 24/7 this holiday season.
We understand that many of you are facing new challenges this holiday season and that celebrating may look a little different this year. Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is here to support you...
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The Oral Health Expert - Newsletter - October 2020
9 Ways to Take Great Care of Your Gums Read more on: Brushing for Two: Oral Care is Important for You and Baby Dual Dental Coverage: Can I Have Two Dental Insurance Plans? Healthy Recipe...

Sunnyside Health and Wellness


Phone: (520) 545-2006
2238 East Ginter Road, Tucson, AZ, 85706

NOVEMBER 20, 2018 / MODIFIED NOV 20, 2018 11:33 AM

Baccarat HarmonyThe Sunnyside wellbeing program was designed to help Sunnyside care for all our employees. This program offers resources, tips and other content to enrich your personal health, mental/emotional well-being, and even your financial health.

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What is Preventive Dental Care? Read more on: Give Yourself the Gift of Great Oral Health Every Part of Your Mouth Plays a Part in Oral Health Healthy Recipe: Baked Salmon  
We understand that many of you are facing new challenges this holiday season and that celebrating may look a little different this year. Your Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is here to support you 24/7/365. Call or logon to receive confidential assistance around whatever challenges come your way.  Planning your holidays while working from home Celebrating the holidays while maintaining social distancing and other safety practices Coping with anxiety around the holidays and returning to school/work after the holidays Stress management techniques Childcare arrangements during school holiday breaks Managing disappointment and expectations i.e. canceled events, holiday traditions Helpline: (888) 993-7650 | Email: eap@deeroaks.com  | Web: www.deeroakseap.com
Keep healthy on the menu this holiday season The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will likely require many of us to adjust our holiday plans this season. Some large parties may be cancelled this year, we might need to reconsider traveling, and many of us might decide to limit gatherings to immediate family only. It’s OK. This year has brought many changes, and it might be good to try different or downsized holiday traditions. It’s also OK to acknowledge that not being able to celebrate as usual with friends or loved ones may leave you feeling blue. Try to find ways to connect – do it virtually or at a distance if necessary – and have a safe and healthy holiday, 2020 style. And while we’re rethinking our holiday traditions, why not reconsider what’s on the menu where we can safely get together to celebrate. Whether you are hosting a meal or bringing a dish to pass, consider these food prep tips and find more from choosemyplate.gov: For appetizers, prepare a fresh veggie tray or serve whole-grain crackers with hummus Substitute low-fat milk instead for heavy cream in casseroles or desserts Lean into lean cuts of meat, such as turkey, fresh ham or roast beef, and trim off any fat before serving Go easy on the sauces and gravy ― they can be high in saturated fat and sodium Look for recipes with unsweetened applesauce or mashed ripe bananas instead of butter Try cutting the amount of sugar listed in recipes in half Include fresh fruit at the dessert table, or try baked apples with cinnamon and a sprinkle of sugar instead of apple pie Here are links to resources selected by our wellness team to help your employees enjoy a healthy and safe holiday season. We’ve chosen information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on how to gather safely during the pandemic, and tips from the American Heart Association on eating mindfully during the holidays and managing holiday stress. Plus, we’ve picked healthy seasonal recipes for Butternut Apple Crisp, Glazed Squash, Cranberry Apple Farro Stuffing and Pumpkin Pancakes. Consider sharing these links with your employees as part of your health promotion activities this month. Healthy You emails for December The December 2020 issue of UMR’s Healthy You digital magazine is now available. Designed to you readers in touch with Healthy You, this month’s newsletter links you to feature articles on the health benefits of music, the impact of good oral health, and the importance of proper handwashing. More resources on healthy eating Click here to view and download the “Is this your holiday tradition?” poster to print and display in your workplace, or click here for a holiday eating campaign flyer. Click here for tips on how to eat better and feel great, click here for a flyer on mindful eating, click here for information on emotional eating, or click here for a flyer on the hunger scale. For an online video on making healthy choices at the grocery store, click here to view our YouTube video, then copy the Web address and paste it into an email to employees. Click here to view and download an article on understanding common triggers for nicotine use,  or click here for fast facts on electronic cigarettes. Click here for an online video on UMR’s “Choose Change, Your Way” video on tobacco cessation coaching.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month Many of us know someone in our lives who has experienced breast cancer. There are more than 2.8 million breast cancer survivors living in the United States, and each year nearly 250,000 American women will receive a breast cancer diagnosis. October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the annual campaign to raise awareness of the disease and the importance of regular screenings and early detection. Simply being a woman is the number one risk factor for developing breast cancer. And though there is nothing we can do about other leading risk factors such as getting older or our personal family history, there are steps we can take to reduce our overall risk. Maintaining a healthy weight: Having a body mass index (BMI) over 25 can raise our risk for breast cancer or a recurrence for those who have had the disease. Exercising regularly: Research shows a link between exercising regularly at a moderate or intense level for 4 to 7 hours per week and a lower risk of breast cancer. Limiting alcohol: Women who have three alcoholic drinks per week have a 15 percent higher risk of breast cancer than those who don’t drink at all. Living tobacco-free: Smoking causes a number of diseases and is linked to a higher risk of breast cancer in younger, premenopausal women. Smoking also can increase complications of breast cancer treatment. As an employer, you can do your part to promote these healthy habits and the importance of breast cancer screenings among your member population. You might also show support for cancer research or prevention by sponsoring a fundraiser to raise money for related organizations within your community. Click here to view and download our “Have you had your mammogram?” flyer to print or email to your members. Here are links to additional resources selected by our wellness team to help your employees better understand their risk for breast cancer. We’ve chosen information from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on hereditary breast and ovarian cancer, resources from FORCE: Facing our Risk of Cancer Empowered and diagnosis-based assistance programs for breast cancer. Plus, we’ve picked healthy seasonal recipes for preparing pumpkin dishes, pumpkin bean soup, apple wedges and pumpkin almond butter and more fall baking ideas. Consider sharing these links with your employees as part of your health promotion activities this month. Turn over a new leaf with Healthy You The Fall 2020 issue of UMR’s Healthy You digital magazine is now available. Attached is your monthly Healthy You email blast to share with your employees for October. Designed to keep readers in touch with Healthy You, this month’s email provides links to the latest issue and feature articles on mammograms, virtual health care visits and ideas for making walks more interesting. Simply open the attached email message, insert your employee mailing list and hit send. And if you do not use Outlook email software, we’re providing the same content in a PDF format that can be forwarded as an attachment or posted to an intranet site to share with employees. Mental and emotional health This month’s suggested health promotional campaign in our 2020 Health and Wellness Communication Guide is designed to raise awareness of the ways mental well-being can affect a person’s physical health, and vice versa, and provides tips for achieving a healthy balance for both mind and body. Click here to view and download the “Power of the mind-body connection” poster to print and display in your workplace, click here for a flyer on mind-body awareness, or click here to download and print copies of the campaign postcard to mail to members’ homes. Want related information to print and hand out to members or attach to an email? Click here for a flyer on the benefits of practicing mindfulness, click here for a flyer on ways to boost our emotional health, click here for tips on overcoming loneliness, or click here for information on the power of positivity.
9 Ways to Take Great Care of Your Gums Read more on: Brushing for Two: Oral Care is Important for You and Baby Dual Dental Coverage: Can I Have Two Dental Insurance Plans? Healthy Recipe: Cheesy Chicken Broccoli Casserole