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Well-Being, Health and Aging Workforce

May 15, 2017

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Aging. We all work to slow it down, avoid it or reverse it, but there is no getting around it. Typically, aging is referred to as a period of declining physical health and cognitive decline, so no wonder there is such ambivalence about getting older.  People in the U.S. are living longer than ever before. …

Well-Being, Health and Aging Workforce
Wellness Technology; Tools or Miracles?

Wellness Technology; Tools or Miracles?

April 26, 2017

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Technology has taken center stage in the wellness space during recent years. Devices that can track an individual’s physical activity, websites that can reward healthy behaviors and messaging platforms that can be filtered with push notifications based on health risks or demographics are widely abundant.  So, as technology and tools get “smarter”, why aren’t people …

Live Inspired

April 21, 2017

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Does living with purpose really inspire good health? After years of effort teaching health education, public health and wellness professionals are asking why people who have all the right information are still not making more healthful choices?  It is becoming clear that well-being is so much more than just health risk factor and biometric data. …

Live Inspired
The Power of Positive

The Power of Positive

April 7, 2017

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The ability to turn negative thoughts into positives can be a powerful tool for overcoming stress. It allows one to take control of thoughts, beliefs and attitudes to influence outcomes in a more positive way. Our wellness coaching includes the use of principles of behavioral positive psychology to help people: Make a commitment to control …