The end of the year often can bring about stress and feeling overwhelmed at work and at home, and no one experiences that more than certain seasonal workers from the North Pole. Fortunately, Baylor’s Dr. Peggy Yang was available to provide some tips to prevent burnout this time of year, which can be applied all…
In its fifth year, the BCM BeWell program is having a measurable impact at Baylor College of Medicine. Building on that success, the program’s leaders hope to improve the health and well-being of even more people.
The BCM BeWell program has seen measurable success for its participants and for the College, but program leaders are always looking for ways to expand and improve. One way it’s achieved that in 2019 is through the addition of a registered dietitian, Jennifer Cleveland, to the BeWell team.
The BCM BeWell program will continue to help eligible Baylor employees take steps to maintain and improve their health in 2018 by offering a full slate of wellness programming and activities.