Bryce Harper’s Guide to Healthy Living

(From the Washington Post) Bryce Harper devours home-cooked meals, avoids sugary drinks and alcohol, and treats pain relievers with skepticism as he aims to keep his body operating at maximum capacity.

Read the Washington Post article to learn about how Bryce Harper takes care of his body.

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If you transfer from a full-time to a part-time position, you will have to pay more out-of-pocket to continue your medical coverage. Medical, vision and dental coverage are not mandatory for part-time employees. You have the option to discontinue your coverage if you become a part-time employee. You will return to the Plan as soon as The Health and Welfare office is notified of your return to full-time status.

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