Sleep Deprivation: The Silent Killer

Americans aren’t getting enough sleep. In fact, it’s gotten to be so much of a problem that in 2011 the Centers for Disease Control started calling it an epidemic. If the term “epidemic” seems like an over exaggeration, consider the … Read More

Combatting Financial Stress in the Workplace

A 2012 report by the American Psychological Association found that money, work, and the economy are the most reported causes of stress, with 73% saying that money was the most significant source. This is not at all surprising, considering how fewer … Read More

Growth in Corporate Wellness Programs

Considering 60% of U.S. residents under the age of 65 are covered by employer-sponsored health insurance, it isn’t surprising to learn that it’s employers who finance a large portion of the nation’s health care costs. In an attempt to reduce … Read More