An image from the last Corporate Wellness Conference.

Corporate Wellness Conference Update

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

There is a lot of positive energy in the air for the upcoming first national employer corporate wellness conference which takes place in just a few short weeks

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Reducing Weight and Costs through Wellness Coaching

Dr. Charles Nagurka - in Worksite Wellness

More than 66 percent of U.S. adults are overweight or obese today

Creating the Right Fitness Facility For Your Company - Part 1

Creating the Right Fitness Facility For Your Company – Part 1

Phil A. Lalli - in Worksite Wellness

If you have followed the progression of this column from the previous two installments

Employee Engagement: A Fresh Approach To A Critical Problem

Employee Engagement: A Fresh Approach To A Critical Problem

Does your company have a culture of engagement? Most do not.

A woman sick in bed, in mid sneeze.

Why Chronic Stress can Make you Sick

Jacquelyn Ferguson, M.S. - in Others

The depressing news and the GREAT news about stress

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Healthcare Legislation Promotes Incentives and Corporate Wellness

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

Healthcare Legislation Promotes Incentives and Corporate Wellness

Wellness programs, like this iceberg, are much bigger that they seem on the surface.

The Tip of the Iceberg: How a Wellness Culture Can Prevent the Healthcare Crisis From Impacting your Company

Jared Yellin - in Worksite Wellness

The concept of wellness is something that almost everyone would like to achieve in their lives but struggle when it comes to actually deciding what it will take to make it a reality.

A light bulb held up to the sun.

The Price of Doing WELL

Miki Kobane - in Others

As I was lifted on the gurney and strapped in, emergency radio equipment exchanging my vital statistics and co-workers staring at me from doorways,

Effective Wellness Programs Can Boost Your Bottom Line

Effective Wellness Programs Can Boost Your Bottom Line

Barton H. Sheeler - in Worksite Wellness

Wellness programs are the last great frontier in the drive to contain health care costs. Quite simply, unless we focus on prevention

A doctor reaching through a laptop screen with stethoscope.

Get Online and Get Healthy: How to Become an Effective E-Patient

Charles W. Smith, M.D - in Others

Get Online and Get Healthy: How to become an effective “E-Patient”

A stick figure looking up at a bar graph that goes off the chart.

Sustainable Awesomeness and the (Real) ROI of Wellness

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Economics

If your business success depends on people, then you ought to care about the health and wellness of those people. It's a little obvious.

An artists rendition of the heart and blood vessels in a human chest.

The Burden Of Cardiovascular Disease – What Employers Need To Know And Do

Vik Khanna - in Others

Getting to the heart of health care spending: the burden of cardiovascular disease – what employers need to know and do