A number of studies have pointed to the potential benefits of workplace wellness programs – from increased gym use to decreased health care spending. But what wasn’t clear was whether wellness programs are really making people healthier, or whether healthier people are more likely to enroll in them. A new study suggests it’s the latter.…
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