Reduce Holiday Stress with a Little Help from LifeCare®

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LifeCare is giving away a free eductional guide to reducing holiday-related stress via the company's web site.

In the spirit of the season, we're making our guide available to individuals and organizations across the country free of charge

If you're looking for ways to minimize your holiday stress, help is just a mouse-click away, thanks to LifeCare®, Inc., provider of comprehensive specialty care services and a longtime leader in the work/life industry. The company is giving away a guide called, "Managing Holiday Stress," which is filled with creative tips for reducing anxiety during this busy season. The guide addresses travel, shopping, general health, emotional issues, and much more.

The guide will remain available on LifeCare's public web site, http://www.lifecare.com , throughout the holidays.

"In the spirit of the season, we're making our guide available to individuals and organizations across the country free of charge," said LifeCare CEO, Peter G. Burki. "We especially encourage employers to download a copy of our guide and then distribute it as they see fit to their people. After more than two decades of working with employers of every kind, we know how universally stress affects workers during the holidays. A simple gesture, such as offering them this guide, can go a long way toward making their holidays a little brighter."

About LifeCare®, Inc.
LifeCare offers cost-saving benefits that help clients reduce their most pervasive absenteeism and productivity drains, including child and elder care, caregiving support, health and wellness issues, and more. For more than two decades, LifeCare has led the work/life industry in the creation of high-quality, results-oriented programs designed to improve our clients' bottom line. LifeCare serves 1,500 client companies with 4.5 million individuals within corporations, health plans, government agencies and unions. For more information, visit http://www.lifecare.com.

Notes to Editors

Peter G. Burki is available for interview.

Media contact: Michael Civiello; 203-291-4170

This press release was distributed through eMediawire by Human Resources Marketer (HR Marketer: http://www.HRmarketer.com) on behalf of the company listed above.

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