THE FUTURE OF HEALTH AND WELLNESS TODAY

Posted by Tasneem Panchbhaya on February 6, 2018

 

trends-header1.jpgDid you know that Americans spent an average of $714 on out of pocket health care in 2016? This number continues to increase year on year. The rising costs of healthcare in North America makes it crucial for companies to start putting a larger focus on corporate wellness programs. The growing industry of corporate wellness programs shows that new technology, data and increased insights can really help to encourage employees to stay fit and healthy. As a result these outcomes not only benefit the employee but also the company. Read More

Topics: Health cost, healthcare, proactive, corporate wellness program, wellness program, health

A Secret Weapon to Help your Indoor Workers

Posted by Tasneem Panchbhaya on January 30, 2018

 

Did you know, that according to a study by BMC Public Health, 91 percent of indoor workers have insufficient vitamin D levels? While vitamin D levels differ by occupation, spending your days inside at your desk might mean that you are missing out on the vital vitamin. Vitamin D is naturally found in a few foods such as sardines, salmon, tuna and eggs. There are also many fortified products like milk and yogurt available. 

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Topics: Tips, proactive, wellness program, wellness, health, Nutrition

Socialize - Neat Ways to Connect Authentically to Improve Relationships

Posted by Abena Osei-Kwabena on May 16, 2017

Do you experience that nervous jittery feeling when talking to new people? Do you find that holding a conversation with strangers at casual events is as challenging as mountain climbing? Well, socializing doesn’t come naturally to all, but it is certainly an important skill that will serve you your whole life. Socializing has a wealth of benefits which directly impact our happiness as well as existence. Read More

Topics: proactive, socializing, social, positivity

Proactive vs. Reactive Corporate Wellness Programs

Posted by Abena Osei-Kwabena on February 14, 2017

 

To date, most people rely on reactive healthcare services, that is, they visit healthcare professionals only when a problem arises or a condition worsens. However, the benefits of a proactive healthcare approach can actually save more lives.

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Topics: Wellness trends, healthcare, proactive, costs, health education, prevention, smoking cessation, corporate wellness program, cancer, lifestyle changes, reactive, stress, absenteeism