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A woman sleeping peacefully.

Sleep Well

Brandon Walker - in Column

It’s 3 pm, and there a giant pile of work on your desk, but you can’t think clearly enough to tackle it. Your eyes are getting heavy, your thoughts are jumbled and your keyboard is suddenly looking like a nice place to rest your head. You are fading fast.…

Communication is what makes wellness initiatives fit together.

Effective Communication with Employee Interaction

Kerry Alison Wekelo - in Selling & Marketing

Let’s start this discussion with a few questions. When do you listen to what others have to say? At what point do you disengage your attention? What type of communication is most effective and captivates you to wanting to know every detail? We live in a…

A picture of the Apple Watch

Apple Smart Watch – A Corporate Wellness Game Changer

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Editorial

  For those who closely follow the Corporate Health & Wellness space, wearable technology that monitors weight, blood pressure, heart rate, calories burned, quality of sleep and so forth, is nothing new to you. As discussed just last week in Corporate…

A woman with shoulder pan

Chronic Inflammation Heats Up Disease Risk

Melanie Jatsek - in Others

If you've ever accidentally touched a hot stove, you know all about inflammation. Your skin turns bright red, eventually blisters and the resulting pain lasts for what seems like eternity. Although it’s no walk in the park, this acute inflammatory response…

Fitness trackers and other wearable technology will be a crucial piece of the wellness puzzle

Fitness Trackers On Course To Become Fashionable Piece of Wellness Puzzle

Corporate Wellness Magazine - in Editorial

Don’t look now, but those devices clipped onto waistbands, wrapped around wrists or dropped in a pocket may be coming to a body part on you.

Back pain can have an effect on office productivity.

Pain & Productivity in Today’s Workplace

Rob Danoff - in Others

For many office workers, physical pain is a serious, yet unaddressed health issue. New research from the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) reveals that the majority

A businessman jumping in the air enthusiastically in black and white.

Energy Boosters

Dr. Kathy Gruver - in Focused

We’ve all observed children playing. We watch for a second and then say, “Gee, I wish I had their energy.”

A smiling man using a smartphone with his friends in the background.

Corporate Wellness: Utilizing Smartphones for Chronic Disease Management

Pamela Swingley - in Selling & Marketing

In a perfect world, none of us would have to take any medications. Our meals would consist mostly of fruits, vegetables and grains.

A CEO on his sitting on his desk.

CEO in Action, CEO Inaction

Greg Justice, MA - in Worksite Wellness

Businesses come in all shapes and sizes, much like the CEOs who run them.

A Fatigued employee leaning her head against a wall.


“It’s puzzling, isn’t it? With so much energy throughout nature, how can anyone possibly feel fatigued? Why is fatigue a daily experience for millions of people?

Sleep is an essential part of any health regime.

The Truth About Beauty Sleep

Howard Murad - in Others

Although we don’t generally think of sleep as a great time to get things done, our bodies and minds accomplish a tremendous amount of hard work while

A smiling man living a healthy lifestyle by eating a salad.

A Healthy Lifestyle Begins at Work

Nick Nicholson - in Worksite Wellness

A large portion of the day is spent at work. Whether employees are sitting behind a desk or out in the field

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