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    Open Enrollment Is Now… Closed

    How can those who did not apply for health insurance before the February 15th deadline still enroll? Learn more here...

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    Osteoporosis in Aging – Protect Your Bones with Exercise

    How can you reduce your risk of osteoporosis? Find out more here...

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    Ebola Vaccine Prompts Immune Response

    Source: National Institutes of Health (NIH)  An experimental vaccine to prevent Ebola virus disease was well-tolerated and produced immune system responses in all 20 healthy adults who received it. Based on these results, researchers are planning further studies...

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    More employers use workplace wellness programs to reward healthy behavior

    As employers pursue effective workplace wellness programs, their embrace of results-based financial incentives and other emerging health management strategies is likely to broaden this year. Read more here...

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    Wellness programs adopt outside-the-box solutions

      Originally posted December 15, 2014 by Mike Nesper on Employee Benefit Advisor Increasing participation in a particular activity can be done with incentives, “but you can’t buy commitment to health,” says Alexander Domaszewicz, a principal and...

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    Healthy Habits Quiz: How to Make Changes That Stick

    Do you have the know-how to start building healthy habits that last? Read more here...

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    Are Your Heart Symptoms All in Your Head?

    Nearly three-quarters of people whose hearts are found to be healthy after being checked for coronary artery disease continue to have persistent symptoms such as chest pain, a new study finds. Read more here...

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    Employers Scramble to Address Ebola Concerns

    Despite the terrifying headlines, almost none of us will get sick from Ebola – our fears often bear little relation to reality. Read full article here...

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    More on the EEOC and Wellness Programs

    Source: ThinkHR.com The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) recent litigation against employers over incentives granted to employees participating in wellness programs may be a concern for other employers. Specifically, the EEOC has asserted that the size...

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    Taking an unconventional approach to wellness planning

    Benefits managers often find themselves stranded in no-man’s land when it comes to bringing wellness to a workplace.

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