Fifty percent of respondents

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November 16, 2016
 
 
 

Emory's support options for caregivers

Fifty percent of respondents in a 2010 Emory University needs assessment expressed concern about being able to balance work and caring for a loved one, such as a spouse, partner, parent, or adult child. Now, help is available through the Emory Caregiver Support Program. Throughout the last six years, Emory has built a variety of benefits and programs to assist employee caregivers with the financial, emotional and physical challenges of caring for a loved one while working.

Caregiver Support addresses a wide range of needs and situations, ranging from researching transportation to doctor's appointments and understanding leave options to taking advantage of caregiver educations provided on campus.
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Are you managing your diabetes?
November is National Diabetes Month. According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, 11% of Georgia's population has diabetes. Need help managing your diabetes? The Aetna Journey's Online Diabetes Life: Type 2 program allows you to become your own best coach by providing small, easy steps leading to better control and overall better health. Start today!
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Help the hungry
Give back to the community this month by donating to the food drive at Blomeyer Health Fitness Center. Now through Wednesday, November 30, Blomeyer is accepting non-perishable food items and canned goods for the Atlanta Community Food Bank. Blomeyer Health Fitness Center is located on the fifth floor of the 1525 Clifton Building.
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Quitting Smoking - Making a difficult decision

After spending 15 years as a smoker, Stephanie Vaughn, an employee at Emory Oxford College was faced with an important long-term decision when she learned of a health condition which required surgery. Making matters even more difficult, her surgeon informed her that she must quit smoking prior to the operation in order for it to be successful. This was not the news she wanted to hear as a long-term smoker, but, nonetheless, action was required. Stephanie had to quit in order to move forward and get her health back on track.

To begin the process, Stephanie met with a case worker at her surgeon's office for smoking cessation coaching, tips and resources and then created her list of pros and cons. "It wasn't easy and the first week was the worst," explains Stephanie.
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Size matters!
During the past 20 years, our portion sizes have skyrocketed, which is directly linked to the rise of obesity and weight gain in our country. Learn how to properly portion your food here.
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Chef's corner: Jerk chicken skewers
Try these properly portioned jerk chicken skewers at your next dinner party. Add vegetables for additional health benefits.
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Last chance for Emory employees to get tickets for the Thanksgiving luncheon on Thursday, November 17 @ 11:30 a.m. Reserve your spot today!
 
 
 

Join Blomeyer for the "Maintain, Don't Gain" walking group on Wednesdays at noon, starting November 16.
 
 
 

Pledge today to quit smoking or to support those trying to quit for the Great American Smokeout on Thursday, November 17.
 
 
 

 
 
 

Need help picking an Emory provider? Emory HealthConnection can help you make an informed decision.
 
 
 

Looking for a trail, park or green space near Emory? Find one here.
 
 
 

Learn to better manage your acute or chronic care conditions using Aetna's In Touch Care.
 
 
 

Emory Rehab Medicine is in the planning stages of creating an alternative and integrative medicine practice and would love your feedback.

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