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  • Runners on running… at Stanford

    Most of us know that running is associated with health benefits. Running helps prevent heart ...

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  • Environmental wellness: Should you care?

    When we think about wellness, we typically think about preventative measures we can take to ...

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  • Resolutions that stick

    Joyce Hanna, MA, MS, Associate Director for Stanford University’s Health Improvement Program, spoke to HealthySteps ...

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  • Exercise and technology

    Technology is a two-edged sword: because of it, we either sit too much or become ...

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  • Don’t bite into nutrition myths

    You start your morning off with a simple cup of coffee while checking the news, ...

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  • Finding purpose at work

    You’ll spend about 90,000 hours of your life working. Leah Weiss, PhD, a lecturer at Stanford ...

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  • New blood pressure guidelines: Why they matter

    For the first time since 2003, U.S. blood pressure guidelines (from the American College of ...

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  • Your guide to a well-rounded workout

    America is fitness crazy. We’re flooded with fitness magazines, commercials for exercise videos and social ...

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  • Surviving the family holiday

    Mary Foston-English, MFT, is the assistant director of Stanford’s Faculty and Staff Help Center. HealthySteps ...

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  • The psychology of spending

    Financial health is an essential component to wellness. To learn more about the thoughts, emotions ...

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THIS MONTH'S ARTICLES

Wellness Works for the Care Coordination Department

Wellness is working for the Care Coordination Department (CCD). The CCD is the first team ...

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Living longer: Reaping the rewards

Human life expectancy has increased significantly in the 21st century — a remarkable achievement, but also ...

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