The Future of Wellness

By Michael Prager There are two ways to forecast the future: Talk to leaders in the fields you’re interested in, and ask what’s coming. ‍ Guess ‍ Taking wisdom from no less than author Jules Verne and author/physicist Michio Kaku, let’s stick with No. 1 to assess where corporate wellness is headed. Susan Tufts thinks that one of the big changes will come not from her health and wellness colleagues,…

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Senior Health and Superior Insight: A Formula for Wellness

When a chronic condition is a source of emotional pain rather than physical discomfort, when it plagues seniors and is a problem among workers with the most seniority, when it is an ailment that causes a stink-that literally smells-that is when we should aid our colleagues instead of abandoning them. A Formula for Wellness ByMichael D. Shaw Now is the time to address an issue that affects many, but attracts…

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Seven Tips for Fun and Easy Fall Fitness!

By Matthew Szenderski Fall is the second busiest time for gyms and exercise facilities in the United States. Perhaps, as the kids go back to school, parents may have more time to get back into their workout routines. It’s also a great time of year to get involved in company-sponsored activities. ‍ Here are seven easy tips to help get set for success this fall, whether starting a new workout…

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9 Innovations that Suggest the Healthcare Revolution is Here

By Joanne Criss The healthcare industry is going through a metamorphosis owing to the latest technological innovations. Today, many organizations are making significant investments in advanced processes and technologies to minimize the cost and extend the access to proper care facilities. As healthcare providers are trying to deal with the revenue pressure, they are exploring and adopting new care delivery models and shifting to outpatient services to reduce administrative and…

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Managing Autism Spectrum Disorder: An Entrepreneur’s Success Story

By Genomind If you travel to north central Indiana, you can go to Green Bridge Growers, a commercial greenhouse filled with herbs, lettuces and sunflowers. At the store you’ll meet Chris Tidmarsh, a 30-year-old entrepreneur with degrees in chemistry, environmental studies, the French language and a robust passion for agriculture. Chris also happens to have autism. He’s one of the 3.5 million Americans who live with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). After being…

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5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Improve Your Mental Health

By Dr. Neil Leibowitz When it comes to taking care of ourselves, we often focus solely on our physical body. However, maintaining your mind is just as important. According to multiple studies, focusing on your mental health can improve your immune system, increase your productivity, and help you live longer. So, there’s no reason you shouldn’t put as much attention on your emotional wellbeing as your physical. While taking care of…

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How to Create a Peaceful Mind

By Jeff Gero Our minds are wonderful for solving problems, putting things in order, getting the job done, while also making sense of our daily reality. The mind is a reasoning machine that likes to keep us busy ruminating on the past and figuring out the future. The Yogis compare the mind to a drunken monkey that has been bitten by a scorpion. Very, very, active. It’s our job to…

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