Below you will find links to expert-vetted resources that provide further information about ways to improve your health and well-being, both at work and at home.

Total Worker Health


The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. (2017). Total Worker Health. Retrieved from

Key Concepts:

NIOSH Webinar Series. (2014). Intervening for Work Stress: Work-life Stress and Total Worker Health Approaches. Retrieved from


Sedentary Behavior

Sedentary Behavior and the Workplace:

Harvard Medical School. (2015). The downside of too much sitting. Retrieved from


Chosewood, C. & Franklin, C. C. (2012). NIOSH Takes a Stand. Retrieved from

Oregon OSHA. (2014). Fact sheet: Sit-stand computer workstations. Retrieved from


Ergonomics and Injury

Ergonomics and the Workplace:

United States Department of Labor. Ergonomics. Retrieved from


How to Set Up Workspace:

United States Department of Labor. Computer Workstations eTool. Retrieved from

Computer/Electronic Accommodations Program. Workplace Ergonomics Reference Guide 2nd Edition. Retrieved from


Desk Stretches:

Mayo Clinic. (2017). Desk stretches: Video collection. Retrieved from


Stress Management

Stress and the Workplace:

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. (1999). Stress…at work. DHHS (NIOSH) Publication Number 99-101. Retrieved from

American Federation of State, County & Municipal Employees. (2017). Shift Work. Retrieved from

Acute vs. Chronic Stress:

Center for Studies on Human Stress. (2017). Acute vs. chronic stress. Retrieved from


American Psychological Association. (2018). Coping with stress at work. Retrieved from

McKinley Health Center. (2017). Relaxation Exercises. Retrieved from


Physical Activity

Physical Activity and the Workplace:

Center for Disease Control and Prevention. (2015). Physical Activity. Retrieved from


Benefits of Aerobic Exercise:

Mayo Clinic. (2017). Aerobic exercise: Top 10 reasons to get physical. Retrieved from

Collins, R. (2016). Exercise, depression, and the brain. Retrieved from

Benefits of Strength Exercise:

Mayo Clinic. (2016). Strength training: Get stronger, leaner, healthier. Retrieved from


Benefits of Flexibility Exercise:

American Heart Association. (2015). Flexibility Exercise (Stretching). Retrieved from


Strategies for Incorporating Exercise:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2017). Overcoming Barriers to Physical Activity. Retrieved from

American Heart Association. (2014). Get Moving: Easy Tips to Get Active. Retrieved from


Sleep Hygiene

Quantity and Quality:

Center for Disease Control and Prevention. (2018). Sleep and sleep disorders. Retrieved from

Circadian Rhythms:

National Institute of General Medical Sciences. (2017). Circadian Rhythms. Retrieved from


Natural Sleep Rhythms:

American Sleep Association. (2018). What is Sleep. Retrieved from


Sleep and Work:

UCLA Sleep Disorder Center. Coping with Shift Work. Retrieved from

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2016). Tips for better sleep. Retrieved from ​​​​​

Harvard Medical School. (2007). Twelve Simple Tips to Improve Your Sleep. Retrieved from



General Dietary Information:

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. (2018). The nutrition source. Retrieved from

World Health Organization. (2015). Healthy diet. Retrieved from

Diet and the Workplace:

Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety. (2017). Healthy eating at work. Retrieved from


Benefits of Healthy Eating:

United States Department of Agriculture. (2016). Nutrients and Health Benefits. Retrieved from



Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (2017). Healthy food environments. Retrieved from

American Heart Association and American Stroke Association. (2015). Healthy Workplace Food and Beverage Toolkit. Retrieved from

Center for Disease Control and Prevention. How to use fruits and vegetables to help manage your weight. Retrieved from