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Productivity falls when bugs go around the office. Follow these tips to keep employees healthy.

Local and International Disease Threats: How to Secure the Corporate Workplace

Melissa Dudley - in Others

A proactive approach to local and international disease threats is an essential safeguard to business productivity. Human capital is arguably worth more to a business than tangible assets because it is often the key competitive advantage that distinguishes…

A piggy bank getting an exam

Investing in a Culture of Healthy Eating

Natasha Léger - in Worksite Wellness

Americans spend approximately half of their waking hours at work. While employers may suggest that the majority of these individuals are healthy, the…

A nurse helping a diabetes patient check their blood sugar

Treatment Toward a Cure: A Paradigm Shift in the Treatment of Diabetic and other Neuropathies

Introduction In the United States and most developed countries, the quality of medical care continues to grow in the treatment of acute disease, many…

To start Changing Lifestyles you need to focus.

Changing Lifestyles of Employees – Creating a Sense of Urgency

Charles Bens, PhD. - in Focused

Employers from coast to coast are facing a troubling problem, how to get their employees to adopt healthier lifestyles and behaviors.

Analytics like this will be the future of wellness programs and cost savings

Results Based Wellness Revealed Through Analytics

Richard Kersh - in Worksite Wellness

The prevalence of outcomes-based wellness programs in combination with incentives and disincentives are becoming increasingly

A stressed employee sailing a sea of paper work.

Combating the Cost of Stress

Michael Susi - in Economics

The cost of stress hits both individuals and organizations in so many silent ways that neither knows they are under attack until the damage is done.

Cutting nutritional and healthy fruit and vegetables for a salad

The Growing Gap Between Nutritional Promise and Behavior

Charles Bens, PhD. - in Economics

The gap between personal nutritional behavior and what scientists say can be achieved with better nutrition is growing faster than the national debt. There is scant evidence that many people are adopting truly healthy diets, as can be seen by some recent statistics.

A dialysis patient receiving his treatment.

It’s Not Only About Dialysis: CKD Management – a New Paradigm

Employers utilizing specialized CKD intervention tools in a controllable high-cost population can give

A stick figure overcoming stress to move past it and excel.

Reduce Aging & Improve Health by Managing Your Stress

Dr. Jeffery Gero - in Others

The foremost researcher and authority on stress, Dr. Hans Selye, defined stress as "the rate of wear and

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,

A smiling man living a healthy lifestyle by eating a salad.

A Healthy Lifestyle Begins at Work

Nick Nicholson - in Worksite Wellness

A large portion of the day is spent at work. Whether employees are sitting behind a desk or out in the field

A cartoon image of a man jumping across a cliff.

Put on the brakes before going over your Stress Cliff

Jacquelyn Ferguson, M.S. - in Focused

You wouldn’t consider driving your car over a cliff, would you? Yet too much stress pushes you ever closer to your own Stress Cliff every day