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Voluntary Benefits and Corporate Wellness

Making the Most of Voluntary Benefit Offerings in the Employee Benefits Package

Employees are taking on more financial responsibility for their benefits, and they have more interest than ever before in acquiring benefits that work best for them. For employers, voluntary benefits offer an option to employees where they can choose products…

Investment in health is worth a trip

Wellness Tourism is Health Investment Well Worth a Trip

Renée-Marie Stephano, JD - in Features

We all certainly want to enjoy healthier lives. Rising healthcare costs, struggling medical systems, and overwhelming stress associated with modern-day living has only given us added vitality toward better living. But, living well makes good sense to more…

Three older women playing soccer while laughing and smiling.

Baby Boomer Behavior, a Little bit Naughty and a Little bit Naïve

Virginia Eanes - in Others

We shook it up baby, we could twist and shout. We went to Woodstock, rocked and rolled.

Using Remote Health Management Systems to Manage Chronic Conditions

Using Remote Health Management Systems to Manage Chronic Conditions

Jason Goldberg - in Others

An estimated 133 million Americans are currently living with one or more chronic conditions – a figure that is only expected to grow as the baby boomer generation ages.

A stressed woman sitting at a table, with her glasses resting on a piece of paper nearby.

Women, Work and Long-Term Care

Susan Blais - in Worksite Wellness

In the past several decades, women have made great gains in the workplace. Today, more than 40 percent of women are in management positions,

A smiling nurse and caregiver with a hospital bed in the background.

4 Crucial Steps Caregivers Can Take to Help Wellness in Retirement

Carol Ebert - in Worksite Wellness

The Nurses’ Health Studies are among the largest and longest running investigations of factors that influence women’s health.

A pair of hands holding several medication packages, all of different colors and sizes.

Medication Compliance Is a Top Concern for Employers

Dan Leonard - in Economics

Some 54% of Americans don’t take their medicines or follow a treatment plan as prescribed by their health care provider.

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