Items Tagged ‘research’

May 21, 2015 · Leave a Comment

Wellness Centers Facilitate Weight Loss

By The DAHLC The DAHLC (@dahlcsocialmedia)

DAHLC’s collaborative partner, Dr. Jose Medina Inojosa, presented a poster, “Effectiveness of Weight Management Programs in an Employer-Based Wellness Center,” at the Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference in San Diego, CA.

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Tags: abstracts, conference, dr. lopez-jimenez, dr. medina-inojosa, jason, research, Weight Loss, Weight Management, wellness


April 16, 2015 · Leave a Comment

A Matter of Record

By Brent - Coach Brent - Coach (@larsonbrent)

It seems that every year around this time, I am reminded of the importance of keeping good records, particularly financial records.  The reasons can be pretty compelling, too, both positive and negative.  I want to maximize the amount of my tax return (or minimize the amount that I still owe!).  I also want to be sure […]

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Tags: behavior change, Blog, Coaching, Lose Weight, record keeping, research, tracking, wellness coaching


April 14, 2015 · Leave a Comment

Active Wellness Office is Safe & Productive

By The DAHLC The DAHLC (@dahlcsocialmedia)

DAHLC Health & Wellness Coach, Desiree Ahrens, recently returned from the Art and Science of Health Promotion Conference in San Diego, CA, where she presented a research poster entitled, “The Active Wellness Office (AWO): User Perception on Safety, Attention, Productivity, and Energy Level.”   Findings: Users of an AWO consider it safe and productive. Employers may consider implementing […]

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Tags: abstracts, conference, desiree, dr. lopez-jimenez, dr. medina-inojosa, research, stacy


May 1, 2014 · Leave a Comment

Do wellness centers improve one’s overall quality of life?

By The DAHLC The DAHLC (@dahlcsocialmedia)

Human Resource Executive Online, Taking Wellness to the Next Level by David Shadovitz, Do wellness centers improve one’s overall quality of life? Well, according to the findings of one recent study, that depends greatly on whether employees use the resources available to them — and even then, may not always lead to the desired results […]

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