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Wellness resources online

Employee Assistance Program - Your confidential Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available to you and your eligible dependents at no cost to you. Shepell.fgi has a well developed web site that includes information on a variety of wellness topics, such as, parenting and childcare, emotional well being, families and relationships, coping with trauma, and more.

As well, personal support can be accessed through Warren Shepell's web site or by calling 1-800 387-4765, anytime day or night.

Wellness articles:

Balancing Act newsletters Need help in balancing your work and family demands? Find helpful tips in our monthly Balancing Act articles.

Healthy Living Our quarterly newsletter focuses on a range of health and wellness concerns that can impact the lives of employees.

Healthy Working Our quarterly newsletter for people leaders offers information and strategies to help managers or supervisors deal with a range of challenges they may encounter within their roles and responsibilities.

Health resources

Public Health Agency of Canada - Subscribe to Healthlink, a new public health e-information resource that will provide email updates.

Health News – This monthly publication is produced by Memorial’s Health Benefits provider, Medavie Blue Cross Care, to educate cardholders, employees and the general public on wellness issues. Click on “Health News” to view the available list of monthly bulletins.

Health Canada – An excellent index and on-line source of information for kids, youth, parents, men, women, seniors and others on a wide range of personal health and wellness topics.

C Health - A variety of information pertaining to health and wellness issues for the entire family.

Canadian Mental Health Association

Lung Association of Newfoundland and Labrador

Canadian Cancer Society

Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

Canadian Diabetes Association

Healthy Living (Health Canada)

Nutrition resources

Physical activity information

Fitness

Running

Walking

Ultimate Frisbee

Sports injuries

Active living for older adults

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