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What You Need to Know About Ergonomics at Work

Posted by Dr. Danny P. Malone on Mar 28, 2017 8:30:00 AM

Some of the statistics about office injuries are pretty staggering. The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that musculoskeletal disorders accounted for one-third of all injury or illness cases in 2011. This includes thousands of office worker injuries including carpal tunnel syndrome as well as neck, shoulder, and back injuries. 

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Topics: ergonomics at work, ergonomics, office injuries

Office Food Subscription Ideas

Posted by Dr. Danny P. Malone on Mar 23, 2017 8:30:00 AM

Many of us are held hostage in the office by the snack food that’s brought in from someone’s home. Perhaps the worst is the leftover Halloween candy. Of course, it’s gone in a few hours, which was the purpose of bringing it into the office. But then you’re left with a sugar rush and the following crash. 

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Topics: healthy food, office food

Five Heathy Eating Tips for the Office

Posted by Dr. Danny P. Malone on Mar 21, 2017 8:30:00 AM

We all spend a significant amount of time at the office. That includes snacking and meals as well as a variety of drinks from coffee to soda. All that grazing can have a big impact on our health, for better or for worse. Here are our thoughts on how to make it for the better.

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Topics: healthy food, office food

Office Food Ideas That Aren’t Awful

Posted by Dr. Danny P. Malone on Mar 16, 2017 8:30:00 AM

There’s a growing movement among organizations to provide food in the workplace as a perk for their employees. That can go a long way toward satisfying employees, as long as the food is healthy and doesn’t result in long naps after gorging yourself on free food.

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Topics: healthy food, office food

How to Maintain High Energy Levels at Work

Posted by Dr. Danny P. Malone on Feb 22, 2017 8:30:00 AM

If your work day is like mine, it starts early in the morning and extends into the evening. The challenge is to maintain a high energy level throughout that full work day. 

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Topics: health, energy

Wearables and Weight Gain

Posted by Dr. Danny P. Malone on Feb 15, 2017 8:30:00 AM

From the New York Times to Time Magazine, they’re all reporting that fitness trackers or “wearables” may actually cause weight gain. This news coverage is based on a report from the Journal of the American Medical Association. The bottom line finding: “Devices that monitor and provide feedback on physical activity may not offer an advantage over standard behavioral weight loss approaches.”

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Topics: health, wearables

Fitness Trackers and Sleep Tracking

Posted by Dr. Danny P. Malone on Feb 8, 2017 8:30:00 AM

With your fitness program you’re running, biking, swimming, climbing stairs, and maybe even getting up from your desk throughout the work day. It’s now time to give consideration to a fitness tracker to measure your effort and track your progress. 

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Topics: health, fitness trackers

Fitbit Pros and Cons

Posted by Dr. Danny P. Malone on Feb 1, 2017 8:30:00 AM

Vision is an important part of your overall health and physical wellbeing. But, of course, it isn’t the only part. 

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Topics: fitness, health, fitbit

How to Choose the Right Pediatric Optometrist for Your Family

Posted by Dr. Danny P. Malone on Dec 23, 2016 8:30:00 AM

If you’ve read my post “How Often Should I take My Child to Get an Eye Exam,” you know that the American Optometric Association recommends eye exams at 6 months, 3 years, before first grade, and every two years after that.

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Topics: pediatric optometrist, family vision

How Often Should I Take My Child to Get an Eye Exam?

Posted by Dr. Danny P. Malone on Dec 22, 2016 8:30:00 AM

Checking up on your child’s vision is so much more challenging than making sure they’re dressed correctly or determining if they have a fever. After all, you can’t see through their eyes to recognize any vision problems. 

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Topics: eye exam, children vision