Helping Women Lead Healthier Lives
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Workplace Wellness Resources
Breastfeeding in the Workplace has details about the Federal Law that requires employers to provide reasonable break time for an employee to express breast milk for her nursing child.
|WELCOA: Wellness Council of America: Reports, studies, and other publications designed to help you understand some of the key issues involved in worksite health promotion programming. |
Live Healthy Nebraska
is a part of the overall national program, Live Healthy America which is a non-profit program that is funded by the Iowa Sports Foundation and the Richard O. Jacobson Foundation. Our goal is to increase awareness of obesity, overweight, and associated conditions and to provide the tools, resources, and technology to assist individuals, organizations, and corporations in creating a culture of wellness.
| An Essential Health Promotion Sourcebook for Employers, Large and Small from Partnership for Prevention.|
|Wellness Proposals: A guide to workplace wellness and free wellness toolkits.|
|Building Healthy Texans Worksite Wellness Toolkit and Worksite Wellness Resources from Texas Department of State Health Services.|
|NE Governor's Excellence in Wellness Award was created to encourage buinesses in Nebraska to offer wellness and health programs for their employees.|
| Healthy Arkansas Guide to Worksite Wellness from Arkansas Department of Health.|
| Working on Wellness Toolkit from Massachusetts Department of Public Health.|
|Occupational Health and Safety Administration |
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention |
|American Public Health Association |
|National Institutes of Health |
|American Cancer Society |
|American College of Obstetricians and Gynocologists |
|American Heart Association |
Fitness Center Directory
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