How to Use Loss Aversion to Make Your Wellness Program More Effective

How would you feel if everyone younger than 65 were charged an extra $3 at the movies? If you’re under 65, probably not too good. However, seniors receive $3 movie discounts all the time and we don’t think anything of it because it’s a discount for a few, rather than an up-charge for the many. […]

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15 August 2017

Twinkie Taxes for Corporate Wellness

Do you feel like it’s more expensive to eat healthy? If so, you’re not the only one. Twinkie taxes are here to solve that problem and make healthier options more affordable. A twinkie tax, also known as a fat tax is an increase on prices of unhealthy food in order to discourage poor eating habits. […]

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How to Create A Wellness Newsletter

A Wellness newsletter is a fantastic way to keep in constant communication with employees about general wellness and health related issues. It also keeps them informed about extracurricular office activities. They’re an inexpensive addition to any office wellness program. If you’re having trouble kicking the project off the ground, here are a few tips to […]

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Top 3 Most Fashionable Fitness Trackers of 2017

Gone are the days of bulky pedometers, and gaudy fitness trackers. We no longer have to sacrifice style for good health tracking. See our picks below for the most fashionable fitness trackers on the market right now: FitBit Alta HR FitBit is one of the pioneers of wearable fitness technology, and they’re not slowing down. […]

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3 Reasons to Promote Healthy Sleep Habits in Your Wellness Program

Usually when we think of a hard worker we imagine an employee hunched over a cup of coffee plugging away on a computer dead into the night. Despite popular imagery, most research suggests that sleep deprivation is counter productive. Most everyone is better off using those extra hours to catch some ZzZ’s instead. Here are […]

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