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Wellness Architect: Healthy, Productive Employees Translate to Success

James Wilton - in Case Study, Column, Worksite Wellness

Cardone Industries, Inc., founded in 1970, is a leading supplier of automotive replacement parts with 6,000 employees across the United States, Canada and Mexico. A family-owned business, health benefit plans are self-funded at Cardone, which serves both as…

A treadmill desk

Sit Up and Take Notice: Office Exercise Equipment Should Not Be Taken Lightly

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Features, Others

Sitting Ducks for Poor Health Is finding time to keep in shape a job in itself? Then, you might be a sitting duck for poor health. After all, experts advise at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity most days of the week to maintain good health, and…

A doctor listening to a plastic valentine's day heart

The Hearts Given Away on Valentine’s Day Should be Healthy (and Insured)

Valentine’s Day is almost here, and romantics throughout the nation have hearts and flowers on their minds. Perhaps it’s only appropriate that February is also National Heart Health Month and a great time to start taking steps to be heart healthy. According…

A gumball machine full of cherries rather than unhealthy food like candy.

Employees Are What They Eat – The Importance of Integrating Nutrition in Corporate Wellness

Amanda Carlson-Phillips - in Worksite Wellness

For many years, corporate wellness programs focused almost entirely on movement programming,

President Obama at the podium giving a speech.

President Obama’s Health and Wellness and His First Physical Exam as President

Jonathan Edelheit, JD - in Editorial

President Obama just finished his first physical while holding office as President. The results have created some controversy because the President

Stations like these can soon be in wellness program everywhere, making the tracking of health data simple.

Self-testing Workplace Health Stations: Reducing Health and Productivity Risks due to Hypertension and Obesity

John T. Kelly - in Worksite Wellness

Hypertension, obesity, and overweight, which harm worker health and productivity, are epidemic in the United States. Among adults in the United States, approximately 30% are hypertensive