Willis offers a terrific write up connecting workplace wellness programs to injury prevention: “This interest in workforce wellness pays dividends.
Winter lasted too long. Now it’s summer, and you’re thinking to jump start your tan with a quick stop at
“Thanks to healthier employees, the town of Chapel Hill will be paying less in health care premiums next year,” according
The Apple Watch “may be the undisputed king of smartwatches, but that doesn’t mean it’s perfect — a particularly big annoyance
Yesterday, the World Health Organization marked World No Tobacco Day by highlighting the health risks associated with tobacco use and
You may recall that back in early April we celebrated National Employee Benefits Day. At that time, the International Foundation of Employee
We know the intense role that technology is playing in health care — from providers to patients. New research from
While much in life can feel complicated, two new studies and a New York Times report offer some simple guidance
May is American Stroke Month, and the American Heart Association and American Stroke Association provide an extraordinary range of information:
Today is National “Get Fit, Don’t Sit” Day, organized by the American Diabetes Association. Companies nationwide are finding creative ways to
We’ve reported several times on the dangers of sitting — how sitting is the new smoking (for example, here, here
We know that heart disease and stroke are among the most widespread and costly health problems facing America’s employers today.