Wellness is not just about fitness or smoking cessation anymore.
Smoking cessation programs offer insight to the real issues affecting health contingent programs.
Statins will be recommended for almost 33 million Americans, about twice the number under previous guidelines. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer worldwide, accounting for 1 in 4 U.S. deaths.
Nearly one in five doesn't even know if their company has a wellness program. Are your workers entirely ignorant of your offerings?
Brokers need to start communication earlier to implement a successful outcomes-based plan.
A good communications strategy can help your clients get the most from their benefits investment.
Creating a smart consumer takes more than health care reform and adopting a consumer-driven health plan.
Adopting a diet rich in unprocessed foods combined with moderate exercise and stress management over five years increased the length of telomeres, the ends of chromosomes linked to aging.
Deaths from cancer have dropped by more than a million in the past two decades, but could an aging population change that?
Employee benefits and financial professionals may need to make their New Years resolutions a bit early.
Wellness progress is at a standstill, even as a flow of new products continue to enter the market.
Devi Shetty is obsessed with making heart surgery affordable for millions of Indians. On his office desk are photographs of two of his heroes: Mother Teresa and Mahatma Gandhi.
The U.S. government is set to decide this month whether federal health insurance should cover the cost of a $3,000 test that for the first time accurately identifies the signature brain plaques of Alzheimers disease.
Wellness study shows little progress, but HHS endorses wellness plans with final ACA rules.
Less than five months before the Affordable Care Act fully kicks in, hospitals are improving care and saving millions of dollars with one of the least touted but potentially most effective provisions of the law.