The Runners of OFS
On Fridays in the Office of Financial Services (OFS), conversations can often be overheard about the upcoming week-end’s plans. WhileRead more.
It’s Time to Quit
Each year, tobacco kills more Minnesotans than alcohol, homicides, car accidents, AIDS, illegal drugs, and suicide combined. Quitting tobacco mayRead more.
Early Detection Saves Lives
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. While most peopleRead more.
Anca Sima, Public Works employee, is a breast cancer survivor. Her story is one of the importance of early detection,Read more.
In 2016, the Healthy Saint Paul Well-being program initiated some changes. The changes were made to allow employees to takeRead more.
Diabetes prevention: 5 tips for taking control
Changing your lifestyle could be a big step toward diabetes prevention — and it’s never too late to start. ConsiderRead more.
Jesse Farrell has been a city employee for six years working as a Civil Engineer/Project Manager for Public Works. HeRead more.
Simple Steps to be Healthy at Work
Eat Real Food. Avoid products with a long list of unpronounceable ingredients. They tend to be highly processed, lacking theRead more.
New study finds colon cancer rates rising among those under 50
A new study finds colon cancer rates are declining overall, but among Americans under 50 years old — a groupRead more.
Fruit and Veggie Challenge Winners
pictured from from left, Amanda Marquis, Jackie Carey, Brent Marsolek, Graeme Chaple, Bill Tschida and Dave Wagner Our employee storyRead more.