Diet, Exercise & Sleep

Oregon Institute of Occupational Health Sciences Featured Resources provide the latest information on workplace safety, health and well-being. Additional information can be filtered by topic in the supporting navigation to the left of the article content.

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Jan 17, 2017
OSH Answer Fact Sheets: Why should a workplace be concerned about healthy eating?

While it's most important for an employer to provide a safe and healthy workplace, it's also important to encourage healthy lifestyles among their employees. Healthy eating programs can be a great first step.

Source: CCOHS

Sep 01, 2016
Walking Fends Off Loss Of Mobility, And It's Not Too Late To Start

A study out Monday finds that a regular program of physical activity reduces the time spent with mobility-limiting disability, as reported by National Public Radio.

Source: NPR

Nov 01, 2015
Kaiser: Thrive at work - Why workforce health matters

Thrive at work offers infographics and toolkits to help create a healthier workforce.

Source: Kaiser

Dec 01, 2013
Exercise as Potent Medicine

Exercise can be as effective as many frequently prescribed drugs in treating some of the leading causes of death, according to a new report.

Source: NY Times

Jun 01, 2013
The Bicyclist's Survival Guide: Live to Ride. Ride to Live

Here's to you, Oregon riders! Here are a few tips to keep you on the straight and vertical.

Source: ODOT

Jan 01, 2013
Healthy Food Options for a Healthier Workplace

Workplace healthy food recommendations from the Oregon Nutrition Policy Alliance.

Source: OPHI

May 01, 2011
Worksite Wellness Programs for Cardiovascular Disease Prevention

This policy statement from the American Heart Association, dated October 2009, identifies specific workplace program elements for cardiovascular disease prevention.

Source: AHA