In this month’s Live Well, Work Well newsletter, you’ll read about Workplace Bullying, Superfoods and The Importance of Eye Exams.
Workplace bullying is a common concern in workplaces across Canada. Generally, workplace bullying is defined as the use of intimidation through power, influence, tone or language to affect a person negatively.
Often, bullying is intentional, but sometimes the bully is not aware of their hurtful actions or words. Workplace bullying affects safety, productivity, trust and workplace culture.
Some common signs of workplace bullying include:
Workplace bullying is a serious issue, and if you feel like you’re being bullied or witness inappropriate behaviour, it’s critical to take steps to address it. Above all, it’s important to work with your manager and HR department to report workplace bullying. Doing so can help you and your peers stay safe and comfortable at work.
The foods you eat can positively impact your long-term health. Consider incorporating the following superfoods into your diet to support your health.
Many of these superfoods can be found in your local grocery stores. Look for them the next time you go grocery shopping.
Because many eye and vision conditions exhibit no obvious symptoms, individuals are often unaware that there is a problem. Early diagnosis and treatment of eye disorders such as cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration are important for maintaining good vision and preventing permanent vision loss, making eye exams an important part of routine preventive health care.
Complete eye exams consist of a series of tests designed to evaluate your vision and check for eye diseases. Each test evaluates a different aspect of your eyes. Everyone needs an eye exam, but how often you need an eye exam depends on your age, risk factors and physical condition.
If you have been diagnosed with a vision or eye health condition, you should schedule annual eye exams. For everyone else, the following general guidelines apply:
Makes: 4 servings
Nutritional Information (per serving)
|Total Fat||3 g|
|Dietary Fibre||5 g|
|Saturated Fat||1 g|
|Total Sugars||17 g|
Source: Government of Canada
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