technology and you: wellness

McLaughlin, Charlie
March 2007
Technology & Children;Mar2007, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p2
The author reflects on the benefits of wellness programs in the U.S. He relates that companies who have adopted a wellness program for their employees are already reaping the long term benefits of the program. Moreover, he stresses that wellness programs require active participation from participants as well as nurturing to attain a healthier lifestyle.


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