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By Kenneth R. Pelletier, PhD, MD (hc) Seventy-nine percent of employer groups now have some type of wellness program, according to a survey by the National Business Group on Health*. Opportunities for employers… Continue reading
By Jonathan Barry Associate Vice President, Reporting, Analytics, and Evaluation, Healthyroads The research supports it: A more active workforce stands a better chance of being a healthier workforce. This is just one reason… Continue reading
Take time to think about what matters most to you … write down one of your values today.
Get your tennis shoes out and get active … it’s a great way to help manage your weight.
Take time out of a busy day and relax for a bit with a scalp massage.
Try a taste of sparkling water for an interesting switch from plain water once in a while.
Power up with lean protean to help build and repair your body.
Take our Fitness Challenge and try a group exercise class that focuses on strength training.
Savor some salmon with our Nutrition Challenge for a quick and healthy meal.