Business of Well-being

Using Social Media for Health Care

Everyone in business is aware of the effects that social media has on business, especially if you are under the age of 30. If you are not taking advantage of YouTube, Facebook, LinkedIn, and other hot social network sites, you are living in the last decade.

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Mark Roberts

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Live Well and Be Well

Many employers have put an employee plan in place that includes a wellness element, and the buzzword is wellness. The wellness topic covers many areas and can be somewhat nebulous by definition depending upon who is answering the question.

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Mark Roberts

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Healthcare for the Short Term

If you are an employer looking to provide healthcare options, few affordable and acceptable options are available in the market. Short term health care can be used to cover employees who are not eligible for full-time benefits.

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Mark Roberts

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Well, well, well!

Employers use the adage 'A healthy worker is a happy worker' know for a fact that employees practice preventive health measures. If you are missing a lot of work due to easily preventable health issues, your personal income is affected.

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Mark Roberts

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Smile Well

Oral health is connected to many other health conditions beyond the mouth and in some cases is a great predictor of the future. Providing dental benefits is beneficial not only to your employees but also is a smart complimentary offering to the wellness program.

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Mark Roberts

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Smoking Cessation - Kicking Your Own Butt

Have you ever smoked, when you were teen, behind the school or someplace where your parents didn't see you? Most of the major Hollywood stars smoked on screen and the public emulated those images.

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Mark Roberts

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Asthma and Wellness

Asthma is a chronic lung disease that inflames and narrows the airways, produces wheezing, chest tightness, shortness of breath. In the U.S. more than 22 million people are known to have asthma and nearly 6 million of them are children.

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Mark Roberts

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Junk Food and the American Waistline

We often get snared by the unhealthy Big Mac or a whopper, beef patties, special sauce, onions, cheese, pickles, lettuce, etc. Have you ever reached out to a place where the waitress comes to your side and take your order of tots, rings?

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Mark Roberts

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Americans Love to Smile

Americans love to smile and it's important to keep those pearly whites nice and white and a priority for everyone to maintain. Having healthy gums and good teeth provides overall good health, and studies have shown that oral hygiene reflects good health.

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Mark Roberts

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Engaging Wellness for your Organization

The focus on the topic employee healthcare has been almost relentless and the discussion and the discussion is deafening. Companies want wellness initiatives and are almost religious about it.

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Mark Roberts

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January 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Engaging Wellness for your Organization

The biggest topic of debate and discussion in employee healthcare for the last couple of years has been wellness. Companies want wellness initiatives and are almost religious about getting the best plan and program for themselves.

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Mark Roberts

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April 29, 2014

Business of Well-being

Centenarians - Healthcare after the Age of 100

100 is a magical number and spending life for a century is nothing sort of a phenomenal achievement for anyone. America is witnessing a steady increase of centenarians as each year more and more people are blessed with a longer life.

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Mark Roberts

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January 29, 2014

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