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How Could Diabetes Impact the Health of Your Company?

The number of people living with diabetes doubled throughout the 1990s and 2000s, growing into a significant public health threat. About 30.3 million (9.4%) of Americans had diabetes according to the latest population surveys from …

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Diabetes and Your Heart: November is National Diabetes Month

Ignoring symptoms of diabetes or pre-diabetes is easy to do. And if you’ve been diagnosed, it can feel inconvenient to follow treatment recommendations from your …

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The Millennial Takeover: Employee Health Implications and Workplace Benefits Opportunity

Millennials are the predominant age group in the U.S. workforce today, and their conscientiousness toward health and well-being is beginning to shape work culture in significant ways. However, millennials may not be as healthy as they appear – in fact, their health could be worse than their parents’, and they could be at a greater risk for developing chronic …

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Medicare Opportunity: Looming Changes in Health and the Cost of the Boomer Generation

The population of older Americans is growing, and they are living longer than ever before. This combined with a high prevalence of chronic disease and …

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Let’s Get Physical: May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

It’s never too late to start exercising, so let’s get moving! Results of a new study on the benefits of physical activity in American adults …

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Newtopia is NOT Your Average “Wellness” Program

What sets us apart? We are a personalized habit change platform for disease prevention targeted towards at-risk individuals Around 82% of large US companies offer …

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What 5% Weight Loss Can Do For You

How big of a problem is obesity for Americans today? It has been suggested to be the second cause of premature death and is one …

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2 Ways to Protect Your Heart: Improve Sleep and Manage Stress

    Originally published on the Harvard Health Blog. If you have heart disease, you’re probably all too familiar with the tenets of a heart-healthy lifestyle; …

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Making Your New Year’s Resolution Stick

  Originally published on the American Psychological Association Psychology Help Center page.     Lose weight? Check. Start exercising? Check. Stop smoking? Check. It can be daunting …

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Nutritional Psychiatry: Your Brain on Food

  Originally published by Eva Selhub MD on Harvard Health Blog.   Think about it. Your brain is always “on.” It takes care of your thoughts …

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