A smiling woman eating a salad.

The Meaning of Being Well

Judi Hennebry Wise - in Others

Companies typically set up wellness programs because of concern about employees’ health issues in order to reduce healthcare costs

A woman fighting stress by getting a massage.

The Cost of Stress on Everyday Lives

Jesse Curry - in Focused

What a world we live in today - physically, mentally, socially, economically and spiritually. We all come from diversified backgrounds; however, negative stress has influenced all our lives, especially these days.

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Stress for Success

Jacquelyn Ferguson, M.S. - in News & Insights

Laughter and humor will help bolster your life Being happy pays off in many ways

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Keeping Employees Moving Beyond the Incentives

Alice Greene - in Worksite Wellness

You have given your employees good incentives and opportunities to get moving, yet this may not be enough to instill regular exercise into their lifestyles or reduce their risk for chronic illness

A businessman leading his team through a meeting.

Coaching Corporations in Tough Times

Tara Swart - in Economics

In the current financial climate, it is more important than ever to concentrate on staff motivation and the role of interventions such as coaching

A doctor with a stethoscope reaching through a laptop screen.

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

Charles W. Smith, M.D - in Others

Are you sick and tired, have a worrisome symptom, a question or problem with a medication, or have a hard time getting an appointment?

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Making Worksite Wellness Work During a Zero Budget Time

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Worksite Wellness

Worksite Health Promotion Programs have steadily increased in popularity in recent years

A goal for many wellness programs is a culture of health.

A Corporate Culture of Wellness

Phil A. Lalli - in Worksite Wellness

In this period of economic uncertainty every company, whether large or small, private or public, faces tough economic decisions

A sucessful wellness program cant come from a magical lamp, it needs to come from understand what employees need.

9 Common Corporate Wellness Myths

Greg Justice, MA - in Worksite Wellness

For a CEO to get the most out of his or her business, they MUST get the most productivity out of their people. In a nutshell

Put Wellness to Work

Put Wellness to Work

Diane McReynolds - in Worksite Wellness

With a growing array of creative tools to excite interest on many levels, wellness programs can be designed to serve organizations of all sizes, locales and cultures.

A pill filled with tiny hearts.

Follow Your Heart and Listen to Your Body

William McKinnon - in Others

A feeling of jubilation and relief filtered through my body as I crossed the finish line this past May in Eugene

Issue 45

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