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MIPL Team Members Participate in 2018 Trail Run

We are pleased to report that nine MIPL team members participated in the 2018 Coimbatore Trail Run.  The Marathon with a Difference event was held on January 21 in Coimbatore, India.  After crossing the finish line, runners said they felt a sense of accomplishment, pride and an overwhelming sense of joy.

The goal of this annual race is to help achieve the highest standards in health, safety and well-being for all and creating awareness on crucial social issues.

Congratulations to this year’s runners for not only finishing the race, but making a difference in the community.

MIPL 2018 Marathon participation

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Give Stress a Rest

April is Stress Awareness Month. It is important to be aware of our health. Here are tips to remember during the demanding times:

Stay active! Don’t let the hotter temperatures keep you indoors and away from the heat. Think of options such as swimming or biking to stay active and cool. You could also do things like parking farther away while shopping and taking the stairs instead of the elevator, when possible.

Beware of constant snacking! Prepare healthy snacks in advance. Look for seasonal fruits and vegetables, multigrain snacks and low sugar alternatives. It is important NOT to skip out on summertime treats (like popsicles and ice cream…yum!), just enjoy them in small portions and balance with healthy alternatives.

Drink water! During the spring and summer, the air is more humid, the temperature is higher, and dehydration is real. Drinking plenty of water is especially important.

Get your ZZZs! Sleep not only helps the body repair itself, but also energizes you for your next adventure.

Get organized! High amounts of stress are linked to many health complications. To-do lists or calendars help keep stress under control; just beware not to OVER schedule yourself!


“Take time to unwind…It’s healthy to relax, renew, and rejuvenate” | For more information on managing stress, please visit the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ Federal Occupational Health stress campaign website.