Top Five Types of Corporate Wellness Programs

Wellness programs for companies have become increasingly popular as a means of increasing employee well-being while also helping to reduce health costs. According to the Center for Disease Control, employees spend an average of seven and a half hours a day at work. This doesn’t leave much time to focus on overall health and wellness….

Fill Your Plate with Cancer Fighting Foods

According to the American Institute for Cancer Research (AICR,) evidence supports that approximately 40-percent of cancer cases are preventable. Tied to this promising information, is the AICR implementation of the “10 Recommendations for Cancer Prevention,” one significant aspect of which includes a diet for fighting cancer. AICRs New American Plate Challenge has recently been launched…

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 the overall health and wellness of your work environment. Furthermore, health risk assessments have the power to reduce absenteeism, cut health insurance costs, and improve your employee wellness program ROI. Quantifiable…

Five Ways to Maximize Your Workplace Wellness Newsletter

A workplace wellness newsletter can inform employees on multiple health-related educational articles, lists, announcements, pictures and more. It’s one of the best ways to keep employees up-to-date on the latest health trends, topics, and events. To a greater degree, a well-constructed newsletter will not only share workplace wellness ideas but will also help trigger participation…

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