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Dr. Marc Tinsley

Specialty: chiropractor (DC)
Monroeville, Pennsylvania
The Speaker A professional member of the National Speakers Association, Dr. Marc Tinsley is an dynamic, effective, and... Full Bio
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Are you tired of being lied to by the diet and weight-loss industry? by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Weight loss Before your next  diet, here's what you need to know: In the quest to lose weight, dieting is popular. In the United States, there are 108 million dieters who try to lose ... Read on »
Employees' Bad Habits Cost Employers Money by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health U nhealthy habits cost employers billions of dollars every year. How much is it costing you? Employees spend the majority of their waking hours at work so what they do th ... Read on »
Don't Ask Me For the ROI of Workplace Wellness by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health D on’t ask me for ROI. If you ask me for an ROI of workplace wellness, I’ll expect you to recite the ROI of your janitorial services, your landscaping, or the mainten ... Read on »
Is Your Job Making You Fat? by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health I s your job making you fat? That depends. It depends on you and what you are willing to do so that it doesn’t happen. Your job will make you fat if you allow it. Many ... Read on »
Don't Ask, "What Can You Give Me?" Ask, "What Can You Teach Me?" by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Health Education T he word doctor means teacher. Calling someone a doctor originally meant that they were so well versed in their area of expertise that they were qualified to teach ab ... Read on »
Employee Wellness Should Be the Foundation of the Workplace by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health T he Sunday, March 6 edition of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette quotes Tim Springer, “It’s still true that the majority of time that people spend working, they spend in a sea ... Read on »
New Dietary Guidelines Announced By USDA and HHS by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Eating I received a press release today (January 31, 2011) announcing the release of the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for Americans. The Dietary Guidelines for Americans are the feder ... Read on »
A Noisy Workplace May Double Your Risk of Heart Disease by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health According to a study published in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine and reported by the National Safety Council in Safety+Health, being exposed to chroni ... Read on »
Should You Use Ice Or Heat For An Injury? by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Exercise One of the most common questions about treating pain and inflammation is whether to use ice or heat. Most of the time, the answer is ice. Heat can relieve pain temporaril ... Read on »
Exercise For Time, Not Distance by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Exercise A common practice of people who exercise is to set a goal for themselves that consists of a certain number of laps, miles, or blocks that they would like to walk, run, bike, ... Read on »
Should You Exercise When You Are Sick? by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Exercise T oday’s Pittsburgh Post-Gazette contained an article on illness and exercise that started out with sound advice and was mostly accurate about the benefits that regular, mod ... Read on »
New Years Resolutions For 2011 by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living Have you started thinking about your New years resolutions for 2011 yet? When making resolutions it is important to understand that change is a process and not an event. ... Read on »
Develop a Culture of Wellness at Home and at Work by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Unhealthy lifestyles are at least partly responsible for the six most common cases of death, which account for 70% of all deaths in the United States. The effects of heart dis ... Read on »
Make Wellness and Fitness A Priority by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health Make your fitness or wellness program a high priority. Schedule your day around it rather than trying to fit it into your day. Schedule times for exercise and other physic ... Read on »
Gently Ease Exercise Into Your Busy Schedule by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health O ne of the biggest mistakes that people make when it comes to starting an exercise program is planning to do too much too soon. I’m not talking about the amount of exe ... Read on »
Is Your Child Getting Enough Physical Activity? by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Healthy Living A lot of parents think that their children are physically active but the fact is that most children are not meeting the guidelines for physical activity. 8-10 hours of ... Read on »
Allow Employees To Stay Home When They Are Sick by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health B usinesses should allow adequate sick time for employees and develop appropriate policies to prevent presenteeism. It doesn't cost the company as much as it saves, as muc ... Read on »
Employee Wellness Programs Need Clear Objectives by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health S tarting an employee wellness program is similar to implementing any new policy or procedure in the workplace. It is necessary to determine your goals and the methods that ... Read on »
Technology vs. Wellness by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health As more and more technological advances are achieved, our lives become easier and things happen faster, but our lives are not necessarily better. Technology allows us t ... Read on »
Fewer Employees Are Satisfied With How Their Employers Help With Life-Work Balance by Dr. Marc Tinsley Health Maven Posted in: Blog Posts in Workplace Health T he American Psychological Association found that most Americans score a stress level of 4 to 7 on a scale of 1 to 10. This “moderate” level of stress is similar to scores ... Read on »