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A woman leaping into the air at the beach.

Moving Employee Health Into Action

Tanja Madsen - in Column

It wasn’t too long ago that C. Everett Koop, former U.S. surgeon general, challenged Americans to "create a smoke-free society in the United States by the year 2000."1 Boeing Co. stepped up to the challenge in 1984 and became the largest U.S. company to…

Employee eating and talking on the phone from his desk.

Get Up From Your Desk. Sitting is Lethal!

Kim Snider - in Others

We sit. And we sit a lot. We sit in front of the TV. We sit at our desks. We sit in the car. And that’s not good.

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

Four professionally dressed people cross the finish line of a race, with the winner celebrating.

Walking Wellness Program Steps Down Chronic Disease Risk

Glenn Riseley - in Worksite Wellness

As lifestyle-related chronic disease afflicts the western world like never before, organizations are bearing an increasingly heavy burden...

A group of busy employees in an out of focus picture.

A Shift in the Exercise Focus of Corporate Wellness Programs

Dr. Leat Kuzniar, ND - in News & Insights

Many Corporate Wellness programs incorporate employee exercise programs

A group of employees high-fiving.

Why Employers Should Link Employee Happiness to Greater Success

Jamey Bednez - in News & Insights

Many employers are being challenged to restrain rising health care costs. The realization that the lack

H1N1 is a concern for employers, but should it be?

H1N1 – Separating Fact from Fiction

Maxim Health Systems - in News & Insights

Companies across the country are concerned about the implications that an H1N1 (“swine flu”) outbreak can have on their employees, and organization as a whole.