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The Elephant in the Room - Just How Big Will Wearables Get?

The forecasts are strong for the growth of the wearable device market but not everyone agrees that volume equates to value. Employers have sought wearables to as a means to improve the health of their employee population.

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InMovement - Kicking the Cubicle to the Curb

InMovement is making employers stand up and take note that no employee should have to choose between earning a living and living healthy. People are using reams of copy paper and making their own workstations.

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Corporate Wellness Programs - What's Working, What's Not

Employee engagement is crucial to sustaining a strong wellness program and the initial goal is to reduce healthcare costs. As the goal has remained constant as the corporate wellness industry has grown over the last five years, other priorities have surfaced too.

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Winning the Powerball is not the Path to Financial Wellness

People are enamored today, with dreams of quitting their jobs, paying off their mortgages and putting away money. The truth, however, is that participating in a herd mentality by choosing to make a small investment for a large payoff.

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Going Gaga for our Best Self - Warrior Women in Wellness Award

Singing the national anthem at the 2016 Super Bowl is Lady Gaga's well-deserved accolade to young women. What many people do not realize is how Lady Gaga's path toward health and wellness includes overcoming an eating disorder.

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Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card with Corporate Wellness Magazine!

Corporate Wellness Magazine's editorial team is taking a survey regarding their magazine for you to answer. Upon successful completion of the 4 simple questions, you will be entitled to receive a $100 Amazon Gift Card.

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How to Make Big Data Work for Your Wellness Program

In this world of big data and data analytics, it is natural to see growing interest among corporate wellness managers. Of course, before you can leverage it, you need to have good data to leverage, and getting good data is a real challenge.

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Education Picks up When ROI Fails - A Letter from the Editor-in-Chief

Whether you are wellness manager, corporate executive, the wisdom of education will thrive you anytime, anywhere. These principals will empower the industry and its inhabitants to grow in a healthy direction.

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Digital Eye Strain Forces Employees to Seek Vision Care

Watching the screens of a computer, smartphone, tablet, e-reader or video game, can cause sore issues in an individual's eyes. After four to six hours working on a computer as part of a regular job function, an employee's eyes may sting and require a break.

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Understanding Consumer Behavior Leads to Understanding Your Employees

Employees in your finance department are not the same as employees in the call center, so treating them as such may result in missed opportunities. Utilizing consumer behavior to segment your employee population could pay dividends.

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What GlaxoSmithKline Discovered About Using Energy as a Wellness Tool

Energy is the physical or mental ability that allows an individual to do something with the human energy management. GSK was looking to do more than increase productivity and reduce health care costs and found energy management in actions.

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Change Your Posture, Change Your Life

When they met at Google's six-month incubator program in Palo Alto. physicians did not know that they would receive $10 million. I happen to be married to a spine and sports doctor and know how important biomechanics are.

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Humana Revs Up Workplace Team-Based Activities

Corporate Wellness magazine interviewed health insurer giant Humana about its goals of healthcare delivery. Humana CEO Bruce Broussard provides insight how the company plans to surpass its objectives and how all employees stay healthy.

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Making the Case for Normal

With its middle American charm and an award for being one of the top ten towns in the midwest for millennials to work. But, normal still experience the same pains and stresses of rising healthcare costs for its government employees just like a big city like New York.

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When Teachers are Healthy Students do Better

From boardroom to the classroom, Metro Nashville Public Schools have learned and implemented game-changing lessons. Perhaps even more noteworthy is the correlation between teachers health to student achievement.

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An Employee in Motion Stays in Motion

When the Corporate Wellness Magazine staff received an opportunity to review a product that would enable to behave while working. Because we collectively sit all day at our desks unless we take turns at the standing desk or work together.

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Why Employees Fail in Wellness

Sometimes it takes a pair of fresh eyes with a different perspective to see what's working and what's not. If corporate executives are not supporting the program based on how employees are managed, then the program does not have a chance for success.

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Why the Right Specialist is Important

As most employers know first-hand, the costs of providing health and wellness benefits to employees continues to spiral upward. We need to bridge this gap, we need a solution to help employees access the specialist who has the expertise to treat their conditions.

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Should Employers Give Up on Wellness ROI?

The growth within the wellness workplace from its earliest beginnings to the current state, on ROI could fill an entire book. CWM approached Dr. Dee Edington, about the history of wellness programs and what they have in common.

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Empowering the Power Workers - Faith Technology Case Study

Wisconsin-based electrical contractors Faith Technologies counts on its"Wellness Chargers" in its company-wide wellness program. Also known as wellness champions, these wellness chargers act as the ambassadors for employees.

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Targeted Approaches Improve Company Health and Bottom-Line

A breadth of literature has clearly demonstrated the pivotal role of worksite wellness programs in improving health. When appropriately structured, wellness programs also offer lesser tangible, but undeniable benefits including recruitment and retention.

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Managing Metabolic Syndrome is a Delicious Boost to ROI

Assumptions about the progressive, information seeking, data-driven group-a population enmeshed in California'a yoga. If any cohort knew what needed to be done to maximize health and reduce risk for disease, surely it was this one.

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10 Powerful Methods to Control Healthcare Costs

As organizations look at their balance sheets this year, one area that will undoubtedly undergo intense scrutiny of employee benefits. It is a notoriously difficult item to manage due to the increasing cost and utilization of health care.

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Should Your Shareholders Know the Weight of Your Employees?

Publicly traded corporations disclose their employees' collective weights, cholesterol and glucose levels, and stress and depressions. The proposal is based on the notion that shareholders want to see how many overweight/obese employees work at a company.

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The Only Two Guarantees in Life, Stress and Taxes

April 15, or tax day, is here, and in the United States, that means today is the final day to file your taxes. As the growth of the internet has made the long lines at the post office that news stations loved to cover obsolete, that doesn't reduce stress.

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How to Create a Wellness Program Your Workers Will Love

Workplace wellness programs are more than a nice-to-have perk for employees and they should actively augment goals and values. Start with your corporate mission, how does it drive behaviors and beliefs in the office?

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How to Avoid Weight Gain as a Busy Professional

We all have 24-hours and how well we manage to accomplish important tasks in a day is the art of leading a healthy life. As a busy professional, you might typically find that you're juggling many priorities within limited hours.

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New Solutions to the Age-Old Retention Problem

Having been involved in worksite marketing, I have benefitted from strategic conversations with insurance professionals. An innovative solution to the retention problem exists, in fact, more than one solution is possible.

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Walking Meetings - Taking Big Steps for Global Employee Health & Fitness Month

May is Global Employee Health & Fitness Month, and with it comes the opportunity to introduce new ideas to make healthy easier. Ideal for small team meetings, walking meetings avoid the conference room chat and take your meeting on the move.

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How to Protect Your Business and Employees from Identity Theft Risks

Data breach and identity theft risks continue to plague large-scale businesses to nationwide retail and restaurant chains. Cyber thieves have set their sights on companies of every size and in every industry.

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Powerful Women in Wellness: Arianna Huffington

Sleep is as necessary as oxygen and water, but not everyone gets the sleep they need and it affects their productivity. It is a pillar of a healthy lifestyle and allows our bodies to regenerate to feel refreshed the next day.

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Relocation and Employee Wellbeing

Corporations have begun to increasingly implement employee wellness initiatives, in lieu of an increase in productivity. This notion of employee wellness should hold true from the point an employee is hired as it affects personally and professionally.

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Strengthening the Health of Our Communities, Together

When we talk about health, we all live in different worlds and this may seem like a stretch but these worlds can be merely a block apart. It is clear that if we improve the communities we live in, we can improve our own personal health and wellness.

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EEOC Final Rules Clarify Position on Incentives and Data Security

Recently EEOC released a final rule amending regulations and interpretations of implementing title I of the ADA. This new rule allows employers to offer " limited financial and other incentives" if the employee, in turn, answers "disability-related questions."

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Occupational Stress on Worker Health and Productivity

The success and sustainability of a business greatly hinge on the productivity and efficiency of its human capital. This is especially important in the business world since employees are patently charged with executing services.

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Why You Need to Promote Occupational Health

The signs of being well are living a life injury free or of any medical condition, upon the ability to exercise and feel rich. Anybody who isn't perceived to be well once lived a level of good optimal health.

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How Corporate Wellness & Healthcare Reform are Eerily Related

Corporate wellness programs have been in existence in one form or the other since right after World War II. The healthcare reform efforts in the United States are even older, so how do these seemingly unrelated initiatives relate to each other.

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Is a Soda Tax Enough to Slow Obesity?

After Philadelphia raised the tax on soda, attempts are made to implement that in more than 30 states and cities across the U.S. The tax levied at the beverage distributors could potentially raise the price of a six-pack of plastic bottles by $1.44.

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What Can Employers do to Help the Opioid Crisis?

Opioid abuse is a worsening crisis in the United States that affects everyone including the individual and their family. The CDC paints a stark picture of the current extent of the opioid crisis, showing approximately 2 million Americans abuse prescription.

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Medical Marketers Discuss Importance and Limits of Data

The first Medical Marketing & Media Hall of Femme was held in New York, discussing human interaction in medical marketing. The focus of discussion was the use of data and its importance in creating lasting change in a population.

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The First Executive Market Intelligence Course on Russia, the Ukraine and Kazakhstan

The MTA, with the Atlantic School of Industry and Business, has developed the first Executive Market Intelligence course. The 2-day Executive Program is divided in one on-site day in Lisbon focusing on strategic marketing for healthcare units.

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AMA to Discuss Guidelines for Telemedicine this Weekend

With the tremendous growth of telemedicine, the AMA has decided to meet this week to decide whether or not to adopt the guidelines. The AMA has been working on ways to advise physicians the way to deal with and incorporate telemedicine into their practice.

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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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Exploring Wellbeing for the Ultimate Success of the Company

It is expensive to embrace a holistic approach to employee healthcare, not realizing such a program can lead to a loss of income. Just like the business, a product cannot be successful without considering all the right parts that make up the whole.

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Is Florida's Response to Zika Effective?

In wake of the confirmed cases of Zika virus in Miami, the CDC has issued safety alerts for individuals traveling in or near the district. Self-preventative measures are key to protecting oneself from exposure to the Zika virus.

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Powerful Tips- Soar This Year by Honoring your Body with Balance

When it comes to celebrations or any festivals, we include food along with music, dancing and these continue for days. It is safe to say food brings people together and adds to the pleasure of the occasion and that's a very good and natural thing.

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Look Inside: The Best-and Most Unique-Employee Benefits

When deciding to accept a new job, almost 60% of all employees consider perks and benefits equally important as the salary offered. To attract the best talent, employers are working to meet the needs of their current and future employees.

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Federal Government Blocks Health Insurance Merger

At a press conference on Thursday, United States Attorney General, Loretta E. Lynch, restricted healthcare companies from merging. Last summer, Aetna announced its plan to carry out a merger with Humana, while Anthem decides to merge with Cigna.

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Are Women Less Healthy than Men in the Workplace?

Evidence shows that the health of women in the US lags behind that of men and that of comparable women in other high-income countries. Maternal and infant deaths have decreased in the last few decades, leading causes of death are due to chronic diseases.

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Are EAPs the Future of Wellness?

Corporate culture has long been a buzzword inspiring forward-thinking policies in the workplace. For companies looking to implementing creative wellness policies and programs, here are a few tips that put you ahead.

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Caribbean Highlighted at International Health & Wellness Tourism Congress

The Dominican Health Tourism Association will host the 3rd Annual International Health & Wellness Tourism Congress from September 1-3. The event will see high profile speakers from across North America and the Caribbean meet to discuss the current challenges.

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How to Assist a Generationally Diverse Workforce

Generation Xers and Millennials have settled into their careers and make up the majority of the workforce. With as many as four generations working together in some companies, human resources professionals must find a new and innovative way.

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A Manager's Duty of Care

Mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and stress are common problems affecting individuals. In addition, they have a direct impact on workplaces through increased absenteeism, reduced productivity, and increased costs.

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Employee Discount and Purchase Programs - A Smart Employee Benefits Strategy

As the impact of financial stress has on employee productivity and well-being, employers are searching for wellness options. There is no doubt that employees need some assistance with their financial matters.

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What will Workplace Wellness Look Like in 2020?

Towards 2020, all indicators point towards a rapid evolution of the U.S. workplace wellness industry for managing healthcare costs. The advances in related disciplines being leveraged optimally and creatively to provide maximum benefit.

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3 Tips to Survive the 4th of July Weekend

The Fourth of July is here, the time each year when Americans celebrate our independence by eating, drinking, and blowing stuff up. But just because you're on vacation doesn't mean you can completely ignore your health.

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Authentic Appreciation Increases Emotional and Relational Wellness

Research has clearly shown that when employees feel valued and appreciated by their supervisor and colleagues, good things happen. The workplace community and the organization become healthier, being better able to achieve their mission and goals.

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Why You Should Take Time to Exercise at Work

Exercise and physical activity play a crucial role not just in physical healthy but in mental health as well for a very long time. But why is it that some many employers are reluctant to give their employees time off to exercise.

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The Company that Plays Together, Stays Together

We, at Actualize Consulting, offer at least one company-wide wellness challenge each year to keep the wellness program fresh and fun. In the past, our wellness challenges focused on nutrition and movement, which was perfect for the wellness gurus.

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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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The Effect of Stem Cell Treatment on Degenerative Eye Diseases

According to the AOA, the greatest fear of many people is the loss of their eyesight and loss of vision comes naturally with age. Age-related macular degeneration and Stargardt disease- a form of juvenile macular degeneration.

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Finding The Time On Business Trips

As an executive, salesman you are frequently up in the air and most of the time on work and remainder on vacation. Most of us have the intention to keep fit and healthy, we feel that things tend to get in the way due to commitments or self-ambition.

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Always Plugged In: America's Problem with Vacations

According to a survey, 41% of Americans are leaving their vacation days unused and various factors are responsible for this. Many believe no one else can do their job while others don't want to be perceived as replaceable and stay in the office.

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The 'New Age' of Corporate Wellness

The concept of corporate wellness has been around for decades and companies provide them to their employees for lowering cost. The components of most corporate wellness programs are well established and include biometric screenings and annual physicals.

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Health News: Medical Tourism Taking Off in the Next 10 Years

The MTI reveals top destinations across the globe for patients seeking high-quality healthcare and value-added services. The US leads in regards to healthcare travel spending and market share, Asia also stands out with famous spots like Thailand, Singapore.

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Are We Missing the Mark on Healthy Workplace Policies?

Most of us can relate to having a love-hate relationship with food at work, as when we forget lunch at home then it becomes a welcome sight. During the lunchtime, you sometimes have to face the internal battle with yourself of whether or not to eat your food.

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The Ice Bucket Challenge Two Years Later

You remember the peculiar trend of 2014 where people dumping buckets of ice water over their heads on social media. The "Ice Bucket Challenge" was a viral fundraising and awareness campaign for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) disease.

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Millennials and Career Coaching: A Match Made in Corporate Wellness Heaven

Yelp was openly shamed by an employee who said the company's meager wages coupled with the high cost of living stressed her. The young woman, who is part of the millennial generation, is receiving criticism for blasting her boss online.

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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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Corporate Wellness: Workouts, Health Screenings and Knitting?

When you think of knitting, the first thing comes in mind is envision of sweet, gray-haired grandmother lovingly crafting. Or maybe you think of the young and beautiful Audrey Hepburn, knitting with red yarn in the 1961 romantic comedy.

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Pharmacogenomic Tests for Safe, Efficient and Cost Effective Pain Management

Chronic pain is one of the most significant public health problems and is a major contributor to healthcare costs in the U.S. Opioids are the most commonly prescribed treatment for chronic pain but there are various risks associated with the consumption.

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New Federal Overtime Rules Help Exempt Employees

In America, employees take their job seriously but they are not always fairly compensated for their time and effort. Owing to this, the U.S. Department of Labor created the Fair Labor Standards Act to prevent employees from being overworked and underpaid.

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How Your Messy Desk is Killing Your Productivity

A busy work schedule pile up other things and that happens to all of us, and suddenly the desk is full of a stack of papers. This unusual clutter can have an adverse effect on your productivity, and not just because you can't find anything.

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Office Olympics: Go for the Gold in Corporate Wellness

Wondering how to incorporate enjoyable exercise and good-natured competition into your current corporate wellness plan? With the Summer Olympics in full swing, now is the perfect time to rally your employees into participating in your company's own Olympics.

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Is Exercise Bad for Your Teeth?

A surprising study published in the journal found a link between heavy training and a number of dental problems. Majority of the athletes from around the world had evidence of gum disease, eroded tooth enamel, and tooth decay.

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Aetna to Drop Out of 11 of 15 Insurance Exchanges

Aetna Inc. announced that as of 2017, it will cease selling individual insurance on state and government-run exchanges. This move is a blow against Obama's signature law, the Affordable Care Act or Obamacare as it is commonly known.

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Want to Live Longer? Start Reading Books!

Researchers determined that participants who read for at least three and a half hours a week were 17% less likely to die. Statistically speaking, these percentages translate into a two-year increase in longevity for avid readers as compared to those who do not read at all.

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Defining Corporate Culture to Increase Your Bottom Line

Labels create a sense of order that most people either consciously or unconsciously follow, but not all labels accurately fit. A company that builds loyalty and engagement through employee-centered programs and tools believes that culture is one of the strongest advantages.

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Retiring Well by Retiring with Wellness

Corporate wellness is impossible without a workforce dedicated to personal wellness where there is a shared goal. That something involves reaching retirement in prime physical and fiscal strength so workers can be active to start in their newest chapter of life.

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Brighten Up Your Day: Vitamin D Deficiency

Sunscreen is highly publicized but by elimination, the body is prevented from absorbing the beneficial aspects of Vitamin D. Around 1 billion people are Vitamin D deficient and this has sparked the resurgence of the bone-weakening disease rickets.

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Worksite Daycare Doesn't Just Benefit Parents, it Benefits Employers Too

Working parents contribute significantly to the U.S. workforce and its advancing economy but daycare is costly. Companies employ parents without offering them important options for balancing work and home life, such as worksite daycare.

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Light Exposure Does More than Keep You Up at Night

Light bulbs make the roads safer for night travel, make it possible to read into the evening hours and provide us with Vitamin D. Well very few inventions have changed the way people live more than the light bulb.

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New Polio Cases in Nigeria Setback for Eradication Efforts

One year after pronouncing the state of Borno, Nigeria polio-free, two new cases of polio have surfaced recently. The reason behind the emergence is Boko Haram who rendered the area inaccessible to vaccinators and other health professionals.

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Recommended Zika Precautions for Medical Travel

The Medical Tourism Association urges all travelers to review the location prior to travel any Zika prone destinations. This virus has an impact on medical travel in that travelers must be fully informed and take necessary Zika precautions.

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Wellness Rewards: How Much is Too Much?

Employers should know that wellness rewards are not necessary to engage employees in a corporate wellness program. Most worksite wellness programs aren't successful biometrics, assessments, and coaching are time-consuming and boring.

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5 Workplace Habits That Are Great For Your Health

If you sit at a desk for the majority of your working day, then you're probably putting unwanted pressure on your spine. This pressure leads to poor posture and could have a detrimental effect on your health like poor blood circulation.

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The Office Garden: Fruits, Vegetables, and Happier Employees

Office garden produces more than just corn and berries, it produces camaraderie and increased morale among employees. Companies such as Southwest Airlines, HP, Google are benefitting from an office garden as a part of its corporate wellness plan.

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Find Your Optimal Stress Zone to Fuel Future Success

Stress continues to take a toll on workers, while a recent survey reveals that money is the top source of stress. In the world of healthcare, even doctors who are perceived to have financial security are not immune to the effects of workplace stress.

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Pfizer Acquires AstraZeneca as Busy Week Continues

New York-based pharmaceutical company Pfizer purchased Medivation for $14 billion and later acquired AstraZeneca for $1.5 billion. Medivation produces Xtandi, a drug to treat metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC).

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Employed Near a Zika Hotspot? Should you be Allowed to Work From Home?

Two cases of Zika have been confirmed in Florida but the cases are not linked to any of the known Zika hotspots in Miami. Despite the concentrated efforts to eradicate Zika by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the virus appears to be spreading.

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What Is Weight-Neutral Workplace Wellness and Why Should we Consider it?

The first wellness initiative in the workplace is weight management but individuals are questioning their efficacy. The relationship between weight and health indicates that the weight-focused approach to health does more harm than good.

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Fitbug is Getting Fit

Some wearable companies nearly die out from rival predation, so do these companies recover and flourish in the long run. Deep in the core of the successes and failures within the wearable technology industry lies the answer.

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Why Are Exchange Plans Raising their Insurance Premium Rates?

Tennessee's largest plan will increase their insurance premium rates by an average of sixty-two percent. A major cause of the problem is that the market is smaller than originally projected, the CBO projected roughly 21 million Americans would be covered by insurance.

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This One Minute Exercise for Busy Professionals is Scientifically Proven to Work

As a busy professional, you may think that adding exercise to your daily routine is about as easy as dodging traffic. Just one minute of high-intensity exercise, along with 10 minutes of low-intensity exercise is equal to spending an hour inside the gym.

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What do Healthcare Consumers Care about Most?

Deloitte's 2016 Consumer Priorities in Health Care Survey was recently released and it revealed some amazing opinions. Learning how consumers want to interact, and what they expect to receive from their healthcare, is important for everyone.

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5 Candy Tips for A Healthy Halloween

Kids are fond of candies and they are busy collecting it this Halloween urging their parents to play candy police. Things, like picking your favorite, switching to Halloween ghost, donate, hand out non-food items, helps control candy consumption.

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Smoking Related Cancer Deaths in U.S. Vary Depending on Which State You Live In

According to JAMA Internal Medicine, the link between smoking and cancer deaths is notable in certain U.S. states. While study confirms that smoking is hazardous to one's health, it also shed light on some new information and statistics.

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HDHPs Rise While Employer-based Health Costs Sink

A national survey revealed that the cost of providing health benefits grew by 2.4% in 2016 to a total of $11,920. Earlier it was 3.8% in 2015 and this is considered as a near-record low for the cost of healthcare.

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AARP Sues EEOC Over Incentive-based Wellness Regulations

The AARP has sued Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) over new workplace wellness regulations. The decision could have an impact on how the affordable care act influences wellness programs in the United States.

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Hospitals Feel Effect of Drug Price Hikes Too

Pharmaceutical companies are once again defensive over the rising drug prices as they witnessed substantial increase. The reports cost increases come after months of bad publicity for the pharmaceutical industry that has faced many controversies.

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