Business of Well-being

Senior Health and Superior Insight: A Formula for Wellness

Chronic disease is a source of emotional pain rather than physical discomfort when it plagues seniors. The condition smells bad, as it induces a visual and visibly negative-reaction among those in close proximity to a person with the disorder.

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Michael D. Shaw

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December 4, 2018

Business of Well-being

Certified for Safety: A New Standard of Wellness

Offices are provided certificates of safety, notifying workers of a building's compliance with various maintenance codes. The certificates are proof of compliance, but they do not prove workers are safe from its elevators running smoothly.

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Michael D. Shaw

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October 18, 2018

Business of Well-being

Visual Acuity: About an Acute Threat to Vision

Eyestrain at workplace arises due to the continuous work on computer, tablet and smartphone screens for a longer duration. According to a survey, 9.6 million citizens are suffering from myopia and the same will surge to 4.8 billion by 2050.

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Michael D. Shaw

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August 1, 2018

Business of Well-being

The Sound of Wellness: Patience for Your Patients

If you want to hear the sound of wellness then listen to the work of a concierge audiologist. Doctor perform their job because it is cause for celebration and a summons to update the Hippocratic oath, to include a sentence of aphoristic style.

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Michael D. Shaw

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July 19, 2017

Business of Well-being

Personal Wellness and Companionship: Healthy and Fun Courtship

Personal wellness is that sense of health which will never tire of writing indispensable to corporate wellness. It always starts with dating or championship, where the emotional support of a friend or future loved one acts as any medicine.

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Michael D. Shaw

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June 22, 2017

Business of Well-being

Are You an Office Worker? Why Your Health May Be at More Risk Than You Think

Office workers typically feel that they are safe on the job and don't have to worry about health issues or injuries. But the fact is that accidents and illnesses can crop up anywhere as people often slip, trip or fall at work or poor posture or strain their eyes.

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Michael D. Shaw

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June 13, 2017

Business of Well-being

The Study of Wellness and the Science of Success: Inspiring Change

How do you create a culture of wellness, where there is the inspiration to change and power to change by and from a voice of change. The answer to that challenge rests with choosing a speaker, a professional who is energetic by nature and eloquent by inclination.

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Michael D. Shaw

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January 12, 2017

Business of Well-being

Protecting Patients: Effective Health Care and Defective Drugs

Practicing effective health care starts with protecting patients from dangerous medications or procedures and the cost is huge and devastating. According to CDC, even without abuse, prescription drugs, if mixed the wrong way or taken under the wrong conditions, can be deadly.

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Michael D. Shaw

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November 22, 2016

Business of Well-being

Design Your Own Water: A Case Study in Corporate Wellness

The water cooler, the gathering spot where people make small talk, exchange pleasantries and opine about everything. That neutral territory may be a mainstay among workers, but the water within that cooler is something else entirely.entirely.

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Michael D. Shaw

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August 3, 2016

Business of Well-being

Promoting Wellness with Mobile Apps: The Healthy and Fitness Revolution

Corporate wellness is very much an issue of physical and technological mobility, with the latter inspiring more of the former. It concerns a comprehensive solution that enables users to monitor their fitness and nutrition, exercise regimes.

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Michael D. Shaw

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July 14, 2016

Financial Wellness

Burned by Politics and Bad Intentions: The Tax on Personal Wellness

As the author of this piece about the facts concerning skin cancer, I find myself compelled to update the article. The tax purportedly underwrites a massive expansion in the federal government's role in health care, while discouraging Americans.

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Michael D. Shaw

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April 1, 2015

Financial Wellness

The Economics of Wellness, or Why Hospital Mergers Do Not Increase Health Care Costs

Hospitals not only treat patients but perform research, healing, breakthrough discoveries, community leadership, etc. These strengths are part of a broader effort to contain costs without compromising the quality of care of patients receive.

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Michael D. Shaw

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February 10, 2015

Business of Well-being

Restoring Lost Knowledge for Personal Health and Corporate Wellness

A question for philosophers and CEO of any business throughout America- What is knowledge and how do companies use it? What happens when the workers who possess critical knowledge, the professionals who have inside intelligence about critical operations?

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Michael D. Shaw

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February 4, 2015

Business of Well-being

Corporate Wellness and Urban Hospitals: A Partnership for Good Health

Corporate wellness is a critical part of the success of urban hospitals as the physical location and availability of doctors maters. Having a medical center a stone throw away distance relieves employees as they know urban hospitals are there to save them.

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Michael D. Shaw

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October 7, 2014

Business of Well-being

Battling Cancerous Information: The Facts About Skin Cancer and a Culture of Wellness

Companies seek to educate employees about the benefits or risk of any product if they want to circulate information. Corporate Wellness depends on the integrity of the material workers receive and the legitimacy of the findings the public acceptance.

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Michael D. Shaw

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September 29, 2014

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