TCW Employee Wellness Programs Blog
08
Dec . 2017

Study points to rising risk factors for stroke

  • by Julie Ferguson
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  • in Medical conditions, Research

Despite increased focus on stroke prevention and efforts to make the public aware of the conditions that can lead to strokes, risk factors for stroke are increasing, neurologists say. High blood pressure, diabetes, smoking, and drug....Read More

01
Dec . 2017

New high blood pressure guidelines issued by American Heart Association

  • by Julie Ferguson
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  • in Research

Is your blood pressure through the roof these days? You aren't alone. Based on new high blood pressure guidelines published by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology, almost half of US....Read More

26
Jul . 2017

9 Reasons Why Employee Wellness Programs Fail

  • by Julie Ferguson
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  • in Research

So you introduced a wellness benefit and are disappointed with the results. Maybe our coaches and counselors can help: we asked them to tell us why employee wellness programs fail. Here's what they said: 1. Insufficient....Read More

03
Mar . 2017

Does meal timing matter to your health?

  • by Julie Ferguson
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  • in Nutrition and Diet, Research, Uncategorized

New nutrition research on meal timing shows that it may not be just what you eat, but when you eat. A study by the American Heart Association looks at whether the timing and  frequency of....Read More

06
Jan . 2017

Reports shed light on employer healthcare costs and cost drivers

  • by Julie Ferguson
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  • in Medical conditions, Research

As we embark on the new year and take stock of corporate wellness goals and objectives, it's worth taking a fresh look at employer healthcare costs in the past year, some of the steps employers....Read More

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