Occupational Health

Tools to Go From “Busy” to Productive

Tools to Go From “Busy” to Productive

By Amanda McKinney “I’m so busy”  Do you find yourself saying that phrase often? Or how about “I’m so tired”?  I get it sister, we all feel that and that feeling is real. There’s no shortage of things on your to-do list and it’s constantly growing. Whether it’s...

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Women Making History in Athletic Training

Women Making History in Athletic Training

By Sophia Pollalis March is National Athletic Training Month as well as National Women’s History Month, so I thought I’d share a little of this woman’s history with athletic training. I have wanted to be an athletic trainer since I was a sophomore in high school. My...

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Transitioning to Life Outside of College

Transitioning to Life Outside of College

By Isabela Collins College can be some of the best years of your life.  You are creating lifelong memories with friends along with finding a career path you are passionate about, all while living it up---young and carefree. It can be tough letting that go to...

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Juggling Multiple Roles in Our Modern World

Juggling Multiple Roles in Our Modern World

By Amanda Sterzyk Five years ago, I wrote a blog post about the sandwich generation, highlighting the stress that people—mostly women—feel when supporting both parents and children. As a mother with aging parents, I felt the squeeze of competing responsibilities...

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The Origin Story

The Origin Story

by Cassandra McCoy MS, ATC, LAT Everyone loves a good origin story, right? From superheroes, world leaders, actors, and to all the influencers of old, we can always trace their history back. So, here's a Positively Balanced Origin Story:  Why we are here today,...

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