These tips will help you see the tress in your life, and management for the future.

7 Stress Management Tips For Corporate Type A Personalities

Dr. Jeanette Raymond - in Focused

Forty year old Hugh, father of two, loved the fast pace, driven corporate world. It put a zing in his step, gave him the best reason to get up and go each morning,

Employee engagement is a crucial part of any wellness program.

Keeping Employees Engaged in Wellness Throughout the Year

Colleen Reilly - in Worksite Wellness

Whether you are just launching a workplace wellness program or you are managing one that is already well under way, it is important to stay focused on keeping employees

A woman using an Asthma inhaler.

Asthma and Wellness

Mark Roberts - in Focused

Asthma (AZ-ma) is a chronic (long-term) lung disease that inflames and narrows the airways. Asthma causes recurring periods of wheezing (a whistling sound when you breathe), chest tightness

Lessons Learned from France Telecom: Stress in the Workplace

Lessons Learned from France Telecom: Stress in the Workplace

Camille Hoheb - in Focused

Recently CBS evening news aired a piece on France Telecom, Europe's largest broadband Internet company. It wasn’t the massive layoffs that got my attention.

Sitting in an office all day can be a real pain in the lower back.

Back Pain in the Work Place

Dr. Kathy Gruver - in Focused

In my practice the biggest complaint I hear from clients is, “My back hurts.” When I ask them if they stretch they typically answer “No” or “Not enough”. And most admit to sitting too much

A man with a bag over his head, with a question mark on the bag.

How do Corporate Wellness Programs Work?

Greg Justice, MA - in Worksite Wellness

Wellness Programs run the gamut.The most casual and inexpensive may include only online information

Stations like these can soon be in wellness program everywhere, making the tracking of health data simple.

Self-testing Workplace Health Stations: Reducing Health and Productivity Risks due to Hypertension and Obesity

John T. Kelly - in Worksite Wellness

Hypertension, obesity, and overweight, which harm worker health and productivity, are epidemic in the United States. Among adults in the United States, approximately 30% are hypertensive

H1N1 is a concern for employers, but should it be?

H1N1 – Separating Fact from Fiction

Maxim Health Systems - in News & Insights

Companies across the country are concerned about the implications that an H1N1 (“swine flu”) outbreak can have on their employees, and organization as a whole.

A road sign giving directions to Prevention Ave.

The Power of Prevention

Larry J. Luter - in News & Insights

It’s easy to go through life thinking everything with your body is ok, especially if pain and discomfort rarely rear their ugly heads. But some of the most devastating medical problems are quiet with their damage

An angry woman yelling into her phone.

Anger Management At Work – Aristotle’s Way

Neca C. Smith - in Focused

"Anyone can become angry - that is easy, but to be angry with the right person, and to the right degree and at the right time, and for the right purpose,

A depressed woman on a bench near a lake with her head in her hands.

Six Stages of Coping with Your Spouse’s Depression

Steve Lowell - in Focused

We were married on October 24, 1998 and on October 25, I barely recognized her! She spoke differently, using words of anger and despair. Her voice was different; it was sharper.

A man's arm in a blood pressure cuff. You can't change what you don't measure.

Corporate Wellness and the Role of Chronic Disease Monitoring

Chris Stakutis - in Focused

While statistics may vary, in a typical modern company about 12 percent of their population is Type-II diabetic and upwards of 20 percent suffer from other chronic diseases such as hypertension

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