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The New Age of Employee Well-Being

Employers are under increasing pressure to keep their employees healthier–to preserve productivity and keep medical costs down. While there are a bewildering number of employee …

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Conquer Obesity, Conquer Cancer

Written by Jeff Ruby Cancer is always an unwelcome surprise. Whether it is a personal diagnosis, or the verdict given to a loved one, those six …

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Precision Health: Individuality is Everything

 Originally published by Jeff Ruby on August 30, 2017 in Employee Benefit Adviser There are a lot of corporate “wellness” programs to choose from these …

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Precision Health for Disease Prevention

We live in an era where the rise in healthcare costs for insurers and employers parallels the rise in chronic disease.  Our reactive medical model …

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Announcing Our Industry Leading Outcomes: Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We Are Going

We are on a mission to inspire individuals at risk of developing chronic disease to live healthier everyday. We are thrilled to share our outstanding …

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The Breakdown of Human Health: Natural?

We’ve been deceived. In North America, we are conditioned to believe that aging involves a steady decline or “breakdown” in health. There is an expectation …

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It's Time for Dietary Intervention in the Workplace

In 2013, the Journal of the American Medical Association published a report identifying the top risk factors related to premature death and years lived with …

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A Perfect Time to Celebrate Heart Health

For the past 80 years, heart disease has been the leading cause of death in the US. Today, roughly 92 million American adults are living …

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Behavior Change: The Missing Ingredient in Disease Prevention Programs

In 2009, The World Health Organization announced that 63% of all annual deaths are due to noncommunicable diseases1. We often refer to noncommunicable diseases (NCD’s) …

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Personalized Gaming to Improve Health

Gamification as an engagement tool in the health and wellness industry has become a norm, however, personalization in gamification is truly more motivating for the …

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