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CoHealth Checkup is a monthly radio program that explores all topics around employee benefits -- with an emphasis on workplace wellness.
 
Fat times is a podcast following two friends, Josh and Paul. Join us as we embark on a journey to health and fitness. The goal of Fat Times is to inspire others to start their own journey by sharing any tips, tricks, and ideas that we learn as we go through the process from fat to healthy. This podcast will feature episodes about various health and fitness topics as well as “Progress Reports” to keep you up to date on our progress. We will be sharing everything; our successes, challenges, fa ...
 
Dr. Laurie Marbas brings you the most inspiring stories of individuals conquering chronic disease, overcoming incredible obstacles, and the experts to help you find health. Changing health by changing the food we eat. http://howtohealth.org
 
Keto : A Family's Journey to Health is a podcast chronicling the transition to a ketogenic diet. We want to kick the carbs and have our body use fat for fuel. Each week you can get 'In the Kitchen With Kim' and share your 'Weekly Wins'.
 
Jeremy Quinby has been an Integrative Health Specialist for nearly 20 years. In 2014 he became involved in numerous projects across the country exploring better care delivery, vetted local health networks, and the development of a health improvement system as an alternative to our current system of managing care. The Highway to Health Podcast was born out of this, an extension to his 20 year career helping individuals and families become healthier in their day to day lives. His intention, wh ...
 
Sarina Stone, an internationally renowned QiGong instructor and educator, interviews Tao Master Mantak Chia and friends in Tao Garden QiGong Training Facility and Natural Health Resort. Master Mantak Chia shares uncensored secrets of how we can use simple self-help techniques (Chi Kung, Qi Gong) to improve health, attain success, improve our sex life and extend longevity. The author of the best selling Multi-Orgasmic book series, Master Chia also invites Master Educators from across the glob ...
 
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Chiropractor Dr. Cale Copeland of Victoria BC, interviews some of the world’s most accomplished people to discover the habits, beliefs, traits and tools that give them the vitality and health needed to succeed.
 
I was given a copy of Ellen G. White's The Ministry of Healing book at a health expo hosted by the Apollo Theater in Harlem on September 19, 2015, and the trajectory of my life has been forever changed. Now it's time for YOU to meet Ellen and be transformed by the 8 Laws of Health outlined in The Ministry of Healing and presented in the "Meet Ellen: Get the Key to Health & Happiness" podcast. I am Marci Kenon, IFPA-certified personal fitness trainer and lifestyle coach. In a previous life, I ...
 
Back to Health’ brings you Dr. J.R. Barone, an Upper Cervical Chiropractor & Founder of Barone Spinal Care & Performance, and Co-host Roger Plummer - a dynamic duo focusing their high energy & positive spirit to helping you live a high quality healthy life
 
A passionate Chiropractic Physician | Functional Medicine Clinician | Health Advocate AND Podcaster! This is a follow up to my How To Health Blog topics and will deliver interviews with various health, nutritional, dietary, and lifestyle medicine professionals!Thanks for listening,Dr. Yolanda LoaferDirect: 419-490-5900mail@dryolandaloafer.com
 
Program host Greg Tucker regularly engages Catherine Collinson, the Transamerica Institute’s founding president who also leads Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies® TCRS (a foremost expert on the state of retirement readiness in America), and Hector De La Torre, who leads the The Transamerica Center for Health StudiesSM TCHS, on the broad range of issues related to financial literacy, retirement, and health and wellness.
 
Clear Guide To Health is here to teach you how to get the most out of your healthcare. We are on a mission to change the culture of medicine in America back to one that serves the patient instead of serving the people who are only out to profit. We want to empower you to take control of your health and your interactions with your providers. You deserve the best care, make sure you get it. Be a part of the new revolution to create a better healthcare system through patient empowerment!
 
A summer podcast series from the New Zealand Herald and Newstalk ZB. Go to Health looks at a different health issue each week, from pregnancy to medical marijuana, with the help of an expert. Hosted by Frances Cook. New episode every Tuesday.
 
My mission is to reach everyone man, woman, and child and teach them about the simplicity of staying healthy. By staying healthy they can then attract whatever else they want into their life. This show is dedicated to serving communities with safe, inexpensive, and natural approaches towards optimal health.
 
CoxHealth (Springfield, MO) produces HealthSense podcasts to provide answers to your common health questions.
 
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Podcast by J. Scott Ries, MD
 
Medicine transformed: on access to health care - for iBooks
 
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Meg Perrier, Hepatitis B Outreach Project Officer is running a joint project with Cohealth and the Wingate Avenue Community Centre in Ascot Vale, to raise awareness about hepatitis B and get people at risk treated."...For those born overseas, more often than not they were born in countries with high endemic countries of hepatitis B," she says.T ...…
 
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ID in Me is a workshop series that aims to bring together young women from diverse backgrounds to explore themes relating to identity, gender and culture. We speak with organisers Akimera and Mazna about the importance of such projects and decolonising community and cultural development in Australia.There is a Facebook event page with more info ...…
 
Our health is determined by where we live, work, play, and pray. These are our social determinants of health. They have a direct impact on our ability to afford safe housing and pay for healthy food, cover health care services, and access educational and economic opportunities and their benefits. As such, employment as well as the conditions of ...…
 
When GoodRx first came up on CoHealth's radar in 2012, the company's co-founder, Doug Hirsch, described the mission this way: "We want to mimic companies like Orbitz and create prescription-drug-price transparency so consumers are informed and can afford the medications they need." Since then, GoodRx went on to win awards and accolades for its ...…
 
The numbers are grim. No matter what report you look at, the picture of retirement for U.S. workers is not pretty. Let's put it this way: There's no beach and umbrella drink. Instead, there are plans to recover from the Great Recession, plans to continue working, plans to ratchet back one's lifestyle. Join us as we talk with Laurie Rowley, the ...…
 
Health risk assessments form the backbone of many wellness programs. Their aim? Provide employers with meaningful data for designing and evaluating wellness programs and provide employees with meaningful data for assessing and tackling individual health risk. The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation reports in its 2014 Employee Health Benefits Sur ...…
 
It seems as though all the talk in the human resources and employee benefits world today is about how employers are trying to "get out of the benefits business." The combination of the 2008 recession coupled with the passage of the Affordable Care Act stagnated employee compensation and began to erode employee benefits packages -- all in the na ...…
 
CoHealth Checkup cohosts, fran melmed (lower-case letters intended) and Carol Harnett, finally get to do what they've always wanted to do: Host a Car-Talk-like radio show on anything and everything related to employer-provided health, wellness and benefits. There are no promises that this will be a polictically-correct program, although no pers ...…
 
December is an interesting time to talk about healthy food choices. Once Americans are in the throes of the holiday season, we also tend to throw ourselves into the food and drink associated with the festivities. The outcome from all these celebrations is about 1.5 additional pounds for many of us. And, the majority never loses this weight. So, ...…
 
Second-opinion services are designed to instill confidence in employees and employers. Confidence in the accuracy of the diagnosis. Confidence in the planned treatment. While second opinions are by no means new, delivering them virtually is. Today, medical centers like Cleveland Clinic and new companies such as 2nd.MD offer patients and concern ...…
 
Over the last 20 years, the availability of voluntary benefits has grown from an anomaly to a strategy for the majority of employers. According Eastbridge Consulting Group, Inc., 54 percent of all employers provided at least one voluntary benefit in 2006. Six years later, that percentage has grown to 77 percent. For Eastbridge, the definition o ...…
 
Think of exercise as a fun or well-deserved break and you'll eat less afterward. Remove the tray from your cafeteria and you'll also remove the salad from your employees' lunch. Which foods you put first in your buffet line dictate what foods are taken. These surprising discoveries are only a few of those made by Professor Brian Wansink, the Jo ...…
 
The numbers are staggering. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 35% of adults aged 20 and over were overweight in 2008, and 11% were obese. More than 40 million children under the age of five were overweight in 2011. And overweight and obesity are the fifth leading cause of death. Employers are grappling with the impact of this co ...…
 
Mindfulness, mindfulness meditation and mindful living appear to be part of a growing trend for 2014 and beyond. Celebrities and CEOs alike are publicly sharing their reliance on mindfulness meditation as a way to cope with their lives. Mindfulness was a featured topic at the World Economic Forum in Davos in January and included daily mindfulne ...…
 
The wellness industry is abuzz again with the debate on whether employer-based wellness programs produce a return on investment. The RAND report released in mid-January 2014 analyzed 7 years of data from Pepsico's wellness and disease management strategy. The verdict? Disease management programs drove the lion's share of the ROI. RAND's Dr. Soe ...…
 
Financial stress, caregiving, job woes. These life obstacles are unavoidable, but how we cope with and address them, and who we have available to help, can make a monumental difference in our outlook and health. On this show we're joined by Alexandra Drane, founder and chief visionary officer and chair of the board at the Eliza Corporation. Eli ...…
 
David L. Katz, MD, MPH is an internationally renowned authority on nutrition, weight control, and the prevention of chronic disease. He's an author, advisor, patent holder, researcher, editor-in-chief, medical educator, and much more. Dr. Katz devotes his considerable knowledge, talents and energy to helping us slash our risk of disease. During ...…
 
If employers want to maintain or reduce healthcare spending, one of the best places to start is with employees’ use of hospitals. The long-time mantra in addressing health care costs is to keep employees out of emergency rooms, avoid unnecessary hospital admissions and, if an employee or their dependent is admitted, get them out of the hospital ...…
 
Our guest on today's show knows how to communicate health. Derek Flanzraich, CEO and founder of Greatist.com, has millions of readers flocking to the site for guidance on eating, fitness, sleep, and more. Listen in as Derek shares how Greatist.com has created science-backed health communications without the science (or corporate) jargon...or th ...…
 
According to Charlotte Rampell's NYT's article, the number of Americans who receive Social Security Disability Insurance for mental disorders doubled during the past 15 years. Employees with serious mental illness earn about $16,000 less than their mentally well counterparts. And many mentally ill workers, who are more likely to miss work, also ...…
 
Employers are rapidly moving away from incentives and toward penalties as they grapple with creating and supporting healthier behaviors. Employees incur these when an action isn't taken, and at an increasing number of companies, the penalties are assessed when employees don't meet certain health standards (BMI, cholesterol, etc.). According to ...…
 
The Technology & Employee Wellness Survey conducted by ShapeUp and context in 2012 made it clear employers were gearing up for health technology adoption. 54% were considering the use of sensors and devices. 56% were ready for other mobile-based solutions. Today's guests offer such solutions to employers and their employees. Martha Wofford is t ...…
 
CoHealth is excited to have the controversial thought leaders, Al Lewis and Tom Emerick, as our guests for this no-holds-barred discussion on health and employee benefits. Tom, the retired global leader for employee benefits design at Walmart and Al, the president of the Disease Management Purchasing Consortium, are well-known for their non-con ...…
 
One of the side benefits of the Affordable Care Act is opportunities seen by many to alter how employee benefits are offered. This episode of CoHealth Checkup focuses on private benefits exchanges. A number of these exchanges are not limited to health insurance but, instead, include a wider array of employee benefits such as dental, vision, lif ...…
 
Five employee benefits leaders joined CoHealth Checkup co-hosts, Carol Harnett and Fran Melmed, at the end of the second day of the inaugural Human Resource Executive Health & Benefits Leadership Conference in Las Vegas for a no-holds-barred conversation about the conference and employee benefits in general. We were joined by: Andrew Gold, VP, ...…
 
Our guest for this episode is Bob Merberg, employee wellness manager at Paychex. Bob Merberg is a contemplative guy. His approach toward Paychex’s health and wellness program combines a balanced review of the current literature, a determination to meet the needs of Paychex’s 12,500 employees, and a commitment to satisfy the organization’s goals ...…
 
Healthways, a company that's been focused on improving people's health and well-being for several decades, took on a new initiative three years ago. It's called The Blue Zones Project. It's purpose is to make "communities that are happier and healthier places to live, work and play." Amy Moore, is the Healthways' innovation design leader who is ...…
 
Does a day pass when you don’t need to juggle work and life demands? Let’s forget balance. Balance doesn’t exist. Instead, let’s look at how small adjustments can keep everything on track and ourselves sane. Join us as we talk with Cali Yost, the CEO and founder of Work+Life Fit and author of Tweak it: Make what matters to you happen every daya ...…
 
One in five adult workers is also an adult caregiver. As our population ages, this number will only grow, and so will the need to support employees. Helping employees understand they are caregivers is the first important step. Assisting them in taking care of themselves as they care for others is second. Flexibility is also key, as caregivers r ...…
 
Susannah Fox is the woman behind the curtain for many of the Pew Internet & American Life Project studies of our habits when it comes to health, mobile technology, patient communities and living with chronic conditions. Join us as we speak with Susannah about Pew's recently released Mobile Health 2012 study as well as her former explorations in ...…
 
Ron Kessler is the McNeil Family Professor of Health Care Policy at Harvard Medical School and the most widely cited researcher in the world in the field of psychiatry for the past 10 years (http://www.hcp.med.harvard.edu/people/hcp_core_faculty/ronald_kessler). But don't let Ron's resume intimidate you. While Kessler is world-renowned for his ...…
 
BJ Fogg is the founder of Stanford's Persuasive Technology Lab, annual Mobile Health Conference and several behavior change models. He's also the author of the book "Persuasive Technology: Using Computers To Change What We Think and Do." He joins us to talk about how his thinking about behavior change has gotten "more direct, more practical" si ...…
 
More employers are offering health incentives for achievement and not solely participation. In Aon Hewitt's 2012 Health Care Survey, for example, 58% of companies say they offer such outcomes-based incentives for completing a tobacco cessation program, losing weight or lowering cholesterol. With PPACA’s allowance for larger incentives, the use ...…
 
Adam Wootton is an all-things expert on the topic of playing games at work. The Australian native dovetails game theory, social media and behavioral economics to create new approaches to motivating and educating employees. Wootton, the director of social media and games at Towers Watson, recently patented the online game Swift-ee to educate emp ...…
 
Jane Sarasohn-Kahn is a health economist, consultant, and respected author and blogger. She has her finger on the pulse of mobile health, social health, health reform, health care consumerism and public health initiatives that impact workplace wellness. Listen in on CoHealth's second radio show as we talk about the forces shaping everything fro ...…
 
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