10 Best Foods For Heart Health: Tips You Need to Learn Now

What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear “heart-healthy diet?” Probably the words “bland,” “boring,” or “blah”. But there’s actually nothing bland or boring about these best foods for heart health—and your choices are abundant and delicious. 10 Foods to Add to Your Heart Healthy Diet Plan According to the Centers for…

A Health Risk Assessment that Yields Real Results

A workplace health risk assessment has the potential to help employees take ownership of their health, protect them from modifiable chronic diseases, and improve their overall wellbeing. Furthermore, health risk assessments have the power to reduce absenteeism, cut health insurance costs, and improve your employee wellness program ROI. Five Hesitations Employers Express When It Comes…

Discover the Secrets to Wellness Program Management

Although health awareness is becoming more prevalent, many Americans still have a ways to go to improve their own health. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS,) fewer than five percent of adults participate in 30 minutes of physical activity per day. Most adults miss the mark when it comes to…

Top Five Trends in Indoor Cardio to (Literally) Watch

Wondering if you should pause your exercise routine for inclement weather? No! Optimum fitness need not be disrupted by snow, rain, sleet, or simply chilly temperatures! In particular, runners and bikers who enjoy outdoor workouts can still find solace in some of the most high-intensity, mood-boosting indoor cardio options. Find out how to get the…

Reap These Benefits of a Smoking Cessation Program

Although statistics demonstrate a decline in smoking habits in the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that approximately 15 out of every 100 adults still smoked cigarettes in 2016. There are several reasons why people continue to smoke, even if they are aware of the health risks. Tobacco contains nicotine, which is…

The Truth About the Health Risks of Having a Desk Job

Are desk jobs really that bad for your health? How much sitting is too much? According to recent health statistics regarding desk jobs, close to 86% of American employees have jobs that require long periods of sitting. There are several health issues to consider when it comes to desk jobs. Sitting affects your posture, mental…

See Real Results From a Tobacco Cessation Program

Did you know cigarette smoking is the leading cause of death in the United States? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 37.8 million adults in the United States currently smoke cigarettes. While smoking has declined on a national level, an estimated 10.8 million Americans use e-cigarettes. Tobacco, sadly, still poses…

An Employee Shares Her Wellness Program Health Portal Experience

Since 2000, Americans went from spending approximately 9 to 23.6 hours of their time online weekly! Clearly, because technology is a priority for many, online offerings and pathways of communication are essential. A corporate wellness program is no exception. At Wellworks For You, we designed a health portal specifically to accommodate online users. Through the…

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