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Five Trends Shaping Health and Wellness at the Workplace

Jennifer Patel - in Worksite Wellness

Corporate wellness programs are a recent mega-trend impacting businesses of all sizes. Businesses are integrating wellness strategies to create an...

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Using Technology for Increased Employee Engagement in Health and Fitness Programs

Dave Monahan - in Focused

The biggest contributor to rising US healthcare costs, according to the CDC, is life style choice.

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Beware of Your Chair – The Dangers of Sitting

Kaye Kennedy - in Focused

If you are one of the millions of American workers who rush to work every morning just to sit down for 8 to 10 hours you might not want to “sit this one out.”

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Comprehensive Wellness Management Changes Behaviors

Shawna Dosser - in Worksite Wellness

Joe Kuchera and fellow management at Western New York’s Unifrax I LLC knew not to expect an immediate return on investment

A gumball machine full of cherries rather than unhealthy food like candy.

Employees Are What They Eat – The Importance of Integrating Nutrition in Corporate Wellness

Amanda Carlson-Phillips - in Worksite Wellness

For many years, corporate wellness programs focused almost entirely on movement programming,

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Global Corporate Challenge – a Wellness Phenomenon with Worldwide Results

Glenn Riseley - in Worksite Wellness

With the worldwide obesity epidemic continuing to snowball, employers face the challenge of making

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A Look Into MD Anderson Cancer Center’s Wellness Program ~ An Employer Case Study

Jane Sherwin - in Worksite Wellness

In 1976 Bill Baun was flat on his back, staring at a brick wall outside a hospital room.

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Is Your Organization a Healthy Enterprise?

Steven Cyboran - in Worksite Wellness

A major, but often unrecognized, factor underlying most employers’

Applying Best Practices to Study the Impact of Health Promotion Programs Benefit Costs

The establishment of the health risk appraisal and advent of corporate fitness centers more than 20 years ago was the beginning of worksite health promotion as we know it today.

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How to Maintain Your Youth

Alison R. Craig - in Focused

A decision to do whatever it takes is exactly what it takes in most cases to increase your health, and thus your life expectancy.

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Why Spain is Frightened to Develop On-Site Corporate Fitness Centres

Gautier Robin - in Focused

Strangely, Spain has the first fitness penetration in the whole citizenship in West Europe, with a medium of 14% (Catalunya region is over 20%). In France, as example, this ratio is less than 5%.

A business executive at an airport.

A Healthy Bottom Line Starts with Executive Health

Dr. Walter Gaman - in Economics

It’s Monday and the biggest decision of the year stems on today’s meeting

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