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Corporate wellness programs are now offered by many major companies across a wide variety of industries. These programs can lower healthcare costs by providing wellness tools, educational resources, and online health portals. In addition to these options, many wellness programs...
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Understanding the impacts of workplace wellness can lead more employees to success in both their professional lives and overall well-being. At Wellworks For You, we specialize in learning what each individual company needs to improve the health of their organization....
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“Brain food” or “food for thought” are expressions with more meaning behind them than you might expect. According to a recent Harvard Health story, 95% of serotonin is produced in the gastrointestinal tract. In other words, it truly matters what...
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Many employers have experimented with health and wellness initiatives, knowing that a healthier office is also a more productive one. It’s a great idea in theory, but what do the most recent corporate wellness facts reveal about how productive workers...
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According to Harvard Business Review, employee wellness programs that focus on a disease-management element can generate $136 per program participant, per month. Additional research indicates that medical and healthcare-related costs may account for 50 percent (or more) of company expenditures...
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Employers seeking to inspire wellness in the workplace should consider hosting a health fair to create an atmosphere of encouragement, support, and excitement. At Wellworks For You, we specialize in ideas for health fairs that will encourage employees to take...
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With fall comes changing leaves and crisp air. Then, when the holidays roll around, there is plenty of turkey and all of the fixings. To help keep the pleasures of fall in balance, add a few fun fall fitness ideas...
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One of the major keys to staying motivated with working out is to mix things up. To remain engaged and challenge your body, it can be helpful to incorporate several different types of fitness exercises and routines. It may take...
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Despite increased awareness of the risks of smoking, a recent study revealed that almost 20% of adult employees smoke during work hours. Why do they smoke? Nicotine can produce a calming or pleasant effect that many claim, “calm the nerves.”...
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How valuable is providing nutrition advice and health tips within the workplace? Statistics have identified 117 million Americans as having a modifiable chronic disease largely due to poor eating and fitness patterns. Offering employees healthy eating tips and other wellness...
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