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Workplace Health Programs Modify Behaviors and Lead to Long-Term Weight Loss

Losing five pounds only to quickly regain 10 is a disheartening experience most of us can relate to, and one you’ve likely heard your employees complain about – especially around the holidays. Helping your employees become healthier means helping them make lifestyle changes for the long term. Adopting a workplace health program that promotes behavior …

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Healthcare American Style: The Unhealthy Truth About Disease Prevention

When it comes to healthcare, the United States must face up to an unhealthy truth: Nearly half of Americans have, or are at risk for, some type of chronic illness. 1 Metabolic syndrome (MetS) is one of the most common illnesses. Even more alarming is the fact that nearly all of this chronic illness is preventable. Did …

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Paying for Quality in Employee Healthcare

Everyone wants good value for their money, and employers are no exception. Yet, in the U.S. we pay more for our healthcare than any other industrialized nation. What are we getting in return? The highest rates of death due to preventable illnesses, like diabetes, stroke and heart disease. As the costs of employee healthcare and …

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Genetic Testing in Disease Prevention Programs

Identifying genes related to weight loss motivates individuals to live a healthier lifestyle. Since the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2004, there has been growing interest in the use of genetic testing for diagnostics, therapeutics and now increasingly for genetic engagement toward a healthy lifestyle. Currently, a few select genes are being examined in some …

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Employers are Moving Back to Fundamentals with Workplace Health Programs that Work!

In the past century, medical advancements in the United States have been remarkable. The awareness and understanding of most diseases has excelled with more accurate screening and testing procedures, and pharmaceutical drugs are now available for nearly every condition. Life expectancy is increasing, but at what point did quality of life deteriorate? In 2012 half …

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Prevent Heart Disease with Corporate Health and Wellness

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, accounting for one in every four deaths.1 Many Americans are living with medical conditions that raise their risk for heart disease. In fact, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, roughly half of all adults in the U.S. have high blood …

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Is Disease Prevention a Good Investment in the Workplace?

A good investment is one that creates a positive return – ideally both financially and socially. Workplace health and wellness programs, and disease prevention programs are one such positive investment. They promote healthy employees by making disease prevention a priority. In doing so, they also reduce employee healthcare costs. In the United States, chronic illnesses …

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Why Employee Health is Your Greatest Asset

It goes without saying that the success of a company depends upon the employee productivity. In the mid 1990’s, Johnson and Johnson’s chairman, James Burke, aimed to increase employee productivity and lower healthcare costs by prioritizing the employee health and wellness. Between the years 1995-2010, Johnson and Johnson’s workplace health program included efforts to increase …

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Results: Aetna / Newtopia Randomized Controlled Trial

Listen to the webinar with Dr. Gregory Steinberg, head of Clinical Innovation at Aetna and Jeff Ruby, Founder and CEO of Newtopia as they discuss the results of the Aetna / Newtopia Randomized Controlled Trial, published on October 17, 2015 in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine Key findings include: Reduction of medical costs by $1,464 …

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Aetna Realizes Significant Employee Healthcare Savings Using Newtopia's Personalized Disease Prevention Platform

Newtopia is thrilled to be sharing the results of a ground breaking study on metabolic syndrome* risk reduction. The results are based on a year-long randomized control trial (RCT) with Newtopia and Aetna, the leader in medical and disability insurance, and were published in the peer-reviewed Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (JOEM) The Aetna RCT …

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