My Healthy Lifestyle - July 2014

MHLbannersmall Welcome to Your July Newsletter
My Healthy Lifestyle brings Riverside team members interesting and useful information to support better health and wellness.
This month's My Healthy Lifestyle newsletter reminds us that National Picnic Month and National Parks and Recreation Month are both packed into July. You'll also get an update on the MHL Clinic along with some good thoughts on helping children get the energy they need for the more active days of summer. All this plus an employee tip on staying hydrated. READ MORE

July is National Picnic Month
So get out there and enjoy as many as you can squeeze in this summer
It's hard to improve on a picnic. How could anything that combines food, friends, family and being outside in the summer possibly get any better? Maybe it can't, but with a few small tweaks and some minor planning, your picnic can be a little healthier.
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It's Time to Park Yourself and Get in Some Recreation
July is also National Parks and Recreation Month
Parks come in a lot of different shapes and sizes and have a diverse range of amenities and services. But all of them offer something that improves our quality of life on some level. And you may be surprised to see what else they offer. READ MORE

Health care for Riverside Team Members Just Got Even More Convenient
The My Healthy Lifestyle Clinic Brings More Care Options to the RRMC Campus
Designed to treat a number of common illnesses, the new My Healthy Lifestyle Clinic is now available at Riverside Regional Medical Center. The clinic is currently operating as a pilot project and holds the potential to eventually help team members throughout the system get back on the job quicker and more conveniently. READ MORE

Thoughts From the Chair: More Activity Means More Focus on a Healthy Diet
Tips on helping your child make the right summer nutrition choices
Everybody seems to be more active in the summer and that's especially true of children. Chair of the MHL Wellness Committee, Daniel Ballin, has some tips that can help parents when it comes to making sure your kids have access to healthy summer food that can help establish better eating habits year-round. READ MORE

We're All Looking for Some Healthy Tips
Tips on helping your child make the right summer nutrition choices
In this issue you'll learn about the experience of a conscientious mother who relied on fruit and veggies to help her children get enough liquid in the summer. If you have a tip that other team members can use we'd all like to see it, so please send your healthy tips to Daniel Ballin, Chair for the Employee Wellness Committee. READ MORE

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