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Saturday, September 20, 2014
"Wellness is an active process of becoming aware of and making choices toward a more successful existence." - National Wellness Institute
Wouldn't it be wonderful to feel energized and ready for work every day? Wouldn't it be great to participate in programs at your work site that help you feel better and attain a higher level of health? More and more companies have experienced numerous benefits from offering wellness programs focused on topics such as weight management, smoking cessation and relaxation training, and wellness services such as fitness centers, employee assistance programs, onsite health risk analysis and more.
Making each day a great one will go a long way toward enhancing your job satisfaction. One way to do that is by having access to health and wellness information and by participating in programs offered. That will help you stay healthier, reduce your days away from the office due to illness, and help you be more productive when you are at work.
Many research studies are underway to help us learn about worksite health. Would you like to find out more about being part of this exciting research? Please visit the following links:
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Last Reviewed: Oct 22, 2013
Elizabeth R Click, ND, RN, CWP
Assistant Professor of Nursing and Medical Director
Frances Payne Bolton School of Nursing
Case Western Reserve University