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In collaboration with Colorado's most trusted health charities, Health Matters at Work® programs provide valuable tools and resources for Colorado employers. 

Healthcare costs will continue to rise, and all employers need resources to help manage costs and to meet a diversity of employee health needs.  The free programs of Health Matters at Work®  fill an important niche:

  • Support of customized on-site health education programs (such as wellness initiatives, lunch-and-learn series and health fairs).
  • Access to the Resource Navigator and the Community Health Charities of Colorado Resource Directory.
  • Health Matters at Work® eNews, interactive Webinar Series, and Podcast Series.
  • VolunteerMatters365 workplace volunteer program tools.       
For more information on Health Matters at Work®, and how these programs impact your employees and your business, contact Kathryn Roy at (303) 758-0069 / kroy@healthcharities.org 
 
 

In other news...

Cancer: You Can Make It Work

Woman with CancerIt's no surprise that cancer is the disease that employees fear most. Approximately 40 percent of men and women will be diagnosed with cancer at some point during their lifetime. And many employees who don't have cancer take care of someone else who does.

The good news is that more than one-third of all cancers are related to lifestyle factors that can be changed, including lack of exercise, poor diet and tobacco use. Early prevention and education also improve your chances of staying cancer-free. Whether you have cancer or want to learn more about your cancer risk, these resources can help you manage cancer in the workplace.



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The only national voluntary organization dedicated to addressing issues created by this inherited condition. SCDAA provides public information, professional education, advocacy, and supports research.

 
  

Staff Sergeant Mark Thompson convinced the Army that having type-1 diabetes should not keep him from serving in Iraq. Thompson, 28, is an Iowa native. He has been married for nine years and has a son, Kyle, who is two years old. He has always had something of a travel bug, and it was this desire to see the world that inspired Thompson to join the Army. That, and the stories he heard from his college roommate -- an older student who had served in the Vietnam War. As Thompson listened, the Army started to sound like an adventure.


 
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