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Snow Shoveling: Super Calorie Burn or High Risk Activity?

Snow Shoveling: Super Calorie Burn or High Risk Activity?

The average person can burn 400 calories per hour shoveling. So if you want a good workout, shoveling can be a go-to exercise!  But snow shoveling can cause injuries and according to the National Safety Council (NSC), shoveling snow causes up to 100 deaths per year. Before you go for the calorie burn, get the scoop on safe shoveling from this article from the NSC.

Kicking The E-Cigarette Out Of The Workplace

Kicking The E-Cigarette Out Of The Workplace

A recent survey by the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) found that 85 percent of workplaces have a smoking policy, and that 44 percent of respondents indicated that vaping (the use of electronic cigarettes or other personal vaporizers that atomize nicotine liquid) is addressed in their organizations' smoking policies. In addition, one-third of organizations surveyed that currently had no vaping policy plan to create one this year.