Wellness incentive programs are popular among employers, but the research shows they rarely work as advertised to reduce costs or improve health. Why is this and what are the alternatives?
Over half of U.S. employers have implemented wellness programs. But less than half of these are able demonstrate ROI. These statistics explain why.
At some point in life, almost all U.S. adults provide caregiving for a loved one. How do you use technology and habit formation to make the task less complex, less stressful and less time-demanding?
Hypertension basics: What is it, how common, what are normal numbers, what are the health risks, what can you do about it?
Myth busting: Is blood pressure medication is a cure for high blood pressure? No, medication can help control blood pressure, but it will not cure high blood pressure, even if your blood pressure readings appear normal.
Blood pressure monitoring needs to become a habit that can survive the ups and downs of daily life. How do you make a habit that sticks?