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Being healthy can be quick and easy

…According to Shepell, employees are more productive when they work for 45 minutes and take a 15 minute break. One’s productivity is reduced when they work for 60 minutes without a break. Take frequent breaks to increase your overall work morale and productivity. Take these opportunities to include shorter and more frequent bouts of activity throughout the day. The benefits all add up whether you do 15 minutes of activity four times a day, or an hour of physical activity. 

Read more on the Daily Herald Tribune.