Disease & Genomics

Can you help your employees reverse Type 2 Diabetes?

Diabetes results in severe, long-term complications such as stroke, heart attack, as well as damage to the eye, kidney, and nerves. Due to this, the cost of caring for people with diabetes now accounts for roughly one out of every 3 dollars.

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Anne Marie Kirby

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December 4, 2018

Business of Well-being

The State of Workplace Wellness Around the Globe

Benefits of Health and Wellness programs are still seen by the majority of European employers as primarily efficiency-related. In Ireland, employees feel that health and wellness programs should be an almost mandatory part of the employer offerings.

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Anne Marie Kirby

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December 4, 2018

Business of Well-being

Workplace Wellness: Hot Topics for 2019 | 7 predictions for wellness innovation this year

To make people understand and achieve their well-being goals, one factor is harnessing the power of personalized secure data. The collection and interpretation of personal data has been a hot topic that has stirred serious debate recently.

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Anne Marie Kirby

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February 4, 2019

Technology & Wearables

Do Wearables Actually Advance Corporate Wellness?

A lot of people are looking at the wrists these days and the gesture is informing them how many steps they have taken, stairs climbed, etc. The technology is used by people at various fitness levels to monitor and track their activities.

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Anne Marie Kirby

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February 1, 2017

Business of Well-being

Pokemon GO Brings Gamification to the Mainstream

Pokemon Go is hogging the headlines and absorbing precious time that might otherwise be spent with family and friends. Pokemon is forcing gamers off the couch and into the streets in search of its augmented reality characters, gamifying fitness and activity.

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Anne Marie Kirby

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September 2, 2016

Business of Well-being

How Olympians are Helping Employees Get Gold

You know that feeling of pride and support you get while cheering on our athletes during the Olympics. You want them to succeed not just for their country, but also for themselves, knowing how hard they've worked to get to that level of competition.

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Anne Marie Kirby

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June 13, 2016

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