EAP NEWSLETTER

Volume 19, Issue 2

IN THIS ISSUE
Identity Thieves
PRICE System
Steps Add up to Weight Loss
Kids & Instant Messaging
A ‘Berry' Healthy Summer
Things to be Thankful For
How to Use Your EAP

I dentity Thieves Ruin Lives: Protect Yourself

Last year 10 million Americans were victims of the fastest growing crime in the country. The number of identity thefts has been doubling every year since 2000. Sometimes people don't know what happened until they find big charges they didn't make on credit cards, begin getting calls from debt collectors, or get a summons to go to court for crimes they didn't commit....

New Safety Rules: Yell and Tell; Find a Mom

He wrote The One–Minute Manager (Penguin), The Heart of a Leader (Honor Books), and more than a dozen other successful books on how to get ahead by setting and reaching goals. Readers around the world think he knows how to do it, and you should believe him too. Here's the best advice of author and executive trainer Ken Blanchard...

Steps Add up to Weight Loss, Increased Energy

If you'd like to take up walking, but can't find the extra time to do it, here's a plan that's just right for you.

The America on the Move (AOM) program from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center proves you can lose weight and increase your energy. To do it, add about 2,000 steps a day to your daily activities and eat 100 calories less, about what's in a slice of bread....

Kids Turn on to Instant Messaging

More young people are using Internet instant messaging to keep in touch with friends. They talk to several people at once...

It's Easy to Have a ‘Berry' Healthy Summer

There's far more to berries than meets the eye. They're loaded with compounds that keep your body and brain working right and staying young...

Lots of Things to be Thankful For, so Focus on Them Not Stress

All you have to do is open a magazine or a newspaper, and you'll read about how people are all stressed out. Problems large or small seem to be making everyone crazy. Is this a new situation, or has it been going on forever?...

How to Use Your EAP

When help is needed call the office location most convenient for you. The office coordinator will ask for your name, employer and a brief description of your presenting concern. If an emergency exists you will be given immediate assistance. If your situation is not an emergency, you will be offered telephone assistance and/or inperson sessions to complete an assessment and make a referral for treatment if needed...

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