Business of Well-being

An Invisible Enemy with Visible Effects: Electromagnetic Fields

Mobiles and wireless gadgets have simplified our life but unfortunately, they bombard us with Electromagnetic forces. Companies believing in wellness must promote awareness and education to fight this invisible threat at the workplace.

By

Michael Shaw

on

August 30, 2018

Business of Well-being

Casual Drinking and Cancer: A National Threat

An alcoholic is defined as the person for whom alcohol either elicits or exaggerates, ie, either happy or angry drinker. The best way to reduce the risk is through education and the resources necessary to inform individuals of the threat associated with it.

By

Michael Shaw

on

January 25, 2018

Business of Well-being

Advancing Corporate Wellness by Achieving Personal Wellness: The Journey of a Single Seed to the Shelf of Science and Commerce

Corporate wellness is impossible without personal wellness as it requires an understanding and commitment to science and technology. We have the chance to reverse opioid dependency and reduce pain and provide relief for tens of millions of Americans.

By

Michael Shaw

on

June 14, 2017

Business of Well-being

Corporate Wellness and Common Sense: A Response to False Worries About Ebola

Corporate wellness is a term that encapsulates the promotion of good health and the distribution of accurate information. With all the conjecture and false assertions that populate the world wide web, in which hearsay divides and distorts itself.

By

Michael Shaw

on

November 26, 2014

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