Wellness Highlights

Best Apps for Mental Health

Want to be happier, less stressed out, and think clearer but don’t have the time or budget to do much of anything about it? Let us introduce you to some apps that were created to promote mental health and wellness. Calm: Voted Apple’s “App of the Year” in 2017, Calm is free and appeals…

National Mental Health Month

The dubbing of May as Mental Health Month happened 70 years ago in 1949. Mental Health America along with affiliate organizations led the observance then and continues to do so now by encouraging communities to take part in hosting activities, events, and screenings locally, and the website for Mental Health America provides a Toolkit…

Wellness Hub Contest

Employee Contest – “Wellness Hub Contest” Official Rules 1. Timeframe Nutrien Ltd. (“Nutrien”) “Wellness Hub Contest” (the “Contest”) begins on April 17, 2019 at 6:00 a.m. Mountain Time (“MT”) and closes at 11:59 p.m. MT on April 30, 2019 (the “Contest Period”). 2. Eligibility The Contest is open to any Wellness Hub user in…

National Volunteer Week

Many decades ago in 1974, National Volunteer Week was established, and the week has seen consistent growth since its inception. The hope is to ignite a movement within communities to uplift and shed light on the people and the causes that inspire others to serve as they are able.   During National Volunteer Week,…

Nutrien Employee Volunteer Program

As an employee of Nutrien, you have many opportunities to make an impact on the growth and sustainability of the earth, and recently a new opportunity to impact the lives of the people living on the earth has emerged with the Nutrien Corporation. The newly appointed Employee Volunteer Program is affording employees the ability…

Web and Mobile Apps That Encourage Good Vision Practices

In the world we live in, there are screens in our faces all the time. Computers, phones, and tablets are used at work and school in addition to entertainment-based functions that we commonly associate them with. All of this screen time is becoming a problem for good vision. With the emission of blue light,…

World Glaucoma Week

First of all, what is glaucoma? The term glaucoma encompasses a group of eye diseases that cause damage to the optic nerve, which is the connecting piece that sends what you are seeing to your brain. Since glaucoma damages the connector of what is seen to the brain that identifies it, glaucoma is something…

World Cancer Day is February 4th

There are not many people in the world who have not been impacted by some form of cancer in a direct or indirect way. Whether being personally diagnosed or having someone close be diagnosed, cancer is something that harms its inhabitants physically, spiritually, and emotionally. The impact is widespread, and that is why there…

How to Stay Hydrated

  Hydration is important for the proper body to function whether you are expelling fluids through exercise or remaining stationary throughout the day. Every piece of the body from cells to the brain requires water to survive and function at full capacity. This is why staying hydrated as best as possible throughout the day…

Women in the Workplace

Careers and job opportunities for both men and women have changed tremendously over time. From the availability and variety of jobs to the secondary education efforts available to do those jobs, recent generations have seen doors open to a world of seemingly endless opportunities, and women have made especially large leaps in recent decades….