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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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One-Size Fits All Corporate Wellness Programs Don't Get Results

There are no shortage of corporate wellness programs to choose from these days. All of them promise to help employees live healthy and lose weight. Americans are bombarded with information about wellness and weight-loss programs that carry promises of shedding pounds and preventing disease. All the while our waistlines continue to expand. And, the results …

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Factors to Consider When Choosing a Workplace Wellness Program

Workplace wellness and disease prevention programs are on the rise, offering a promising solution to our health care crisis. However, with the abundance of programs on the market today it can be hard to tell which type of workplace wellness program will be most effective for your employees. And, should all employees be treated equal? …

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Mindful Eating in the Office Leads to Better Employee Health

With the advent of free food in companies as a perk, eating and snacking in the office has become a favorite pastime. Popcorn, cookies, and baked goods are becoming standard in many office kitchens, and eating at one’s desk or on the go has become the norm. When we eat quickly, or on the go, …

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