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Through one-hour presentations on a variety of health and wellness topics, we inspire and motivate our audiences toward making positive changes in their health and well-being. We can customize programs to meet your needs.

Please call 314.996.3740 for pricing.

General Nutrition
  • Getting Healthy, Staying Healthy
  • Eating Better on the Run
  • Portions: Look How They've Grown
  • Supermarket Savvy: How to Navigate the Supermarket
  • Eating a Colorful Diet: How to Include More Fruits and Vegetables
  • Quick and Healthy Meals
  • Healthy Holiday Eating
  • Fueling the Athlete
  • What Can I Eat?
  • Mindless Eating
Weight Management
  • Portions: Look How They've Grown 
  • The Truth About Popular Diets 
  • Strategies to Manage Emotional Eating 
  • Healthy Holiday Eating 
  • Eating Better on the Run 
  • Quick and Healthy Meals 
  • Mindless Eating
  • Get Moving 
Health-Related Topics
  • Interpreting Health Screening Results
  • The Role of Diet in Cancer Prevention
  • Osteoporosis
  • Getting Healthy/Staying Healthy
  • Eating for a Healthy Heart
  • Making Sense of Supplements
  • Diabetes Prevention
  • Get Moving
  • Health and Wellness Apps

Flu Vaccines

Every company can benefit from immunizations and infection control. Influenza vaccine — the flu shot — is the best way to reduce your chances of getting the flu. The flu can be a serious illness, and people of any age can get it.

Flu season in the United States is usually November through April. During this time, flu viruses are most prevalent.

It is important to get a flu shot every year, because flu viruses mutate from year to year. Flu activity generally peaks between late December and early March. Shots are given beginning in September to provide protection throughout the flu season. Most people benefit from the vaccination. Only a few do not, due to rare health conditions.

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Ergonomics is the science of the match between the person, the equipment they use, the work process and the work environment. Ergonomic principles are used to improve the "fit" between the worker and the workplace which can reduce fatigue, stress and the chance of injury for you and for your clients or employees.

We are seeing more injuries because the workforce is becoming older, physical fitness levels are decreasing, and mental fatigue is increasing. Educated employees can do their job better, reduce wasteful motions, and create less fatigue. Employers benefit from decreased work injuries, increased productivity and decreased absenteeism.

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