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    Why do companies bother with wellness programs?

    Employers are taking wellness investments seriously due to employee wellness being viewed as a state of well-being across the health, wealth and career spectrum.

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    Healthy Eating Means Healthier Lungs

    Read how consuming healthier foods can increase lung function among patients who struggle with COPD. Read more...

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    Indoor Tanning Raises Risk of Melanoma: FDA Strengthens Warnings for Sunlamp Products

    According to the American Academy of Dermatology and the World Health Organization, indoor tanning heightens the risk of developing melanoma by 59 percent. Read full article here...

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    Food: The quickest way to an employee’s heart?

    A new survey by Seamless, an online platform for ordering takeout or delivered meals, looked at what employees are saying about food in the workplace. And although a grain or two of salt might be appropriate with...

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    How to make wellness work

    A recent survey was conducted to see if American companies are really getting the most out of their investment into wellness programs. The results show that employee incentives, easy-to-use wellness educational tools, and the complexity of the...

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    Do You Have an Employee Wellness Plan?

    When it comes to wellness programs, the benefits for employees are fairly obvious, but employers actually stand to benefit a great deal as well.

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    Sun Safety Tips for Infants

    Spring is here -- that means more time outdoors. Is your child protected from the sun? Here are some things to keep in mind this summer when outside with infants.

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    American Workers More Physically than Financially Fit

    American employees see themselves as more physically fit (57 percent) than financially fit (28 percent), according to new research from the Principal Financial Well-Being Index: American workers. Read full article here...

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    76 Percent of Workforce is Tired Most Weekdays

    The research outlines why employers supporting sleep programs increase employee productivity, and how these programs help employees feel more appreciated and supported.

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    3 Tips for Practicing Mindfulness 
in a Multitasking Workplace

    Reducing multitasking whenever possible in order to focus on the present leads to less stress for employees and greater profits for corporations. Neurologist Dr. Romie Mushtaq says that there’s science that supports the benefits of being focused...

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