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A Fundamental Way to Reduce Fatigue & Workplace Accidents

March 14, 2016

Workplace accidents are inevitable, just as the saying goes, “to err is human”. Machines become faulty over time and human error plays a role in mistakes, which lead to mishaps. However, many accidents are avoidable when employees are alert, focused and fully engaged while performing tasks. In order for employees to operate at full capacity […]

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The Missing Piece in Employer Wellness Programs

February 26, 2016

For two-thirds of employers, maintaining affordable health coverage for their employees suffering from poor health remains one of the top three challenges they face. These concerns have pushed companies in the direction of adopting preventative options such as wellness programs in the workplace to combat the steady rise in disease and claims. Employer wellness programs […]

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Humans vs. Machines: The Impact of Fatigue on Productivity

February 15, 2016

Suffering from lost productivity in the workplace? In a manufacturing environment, if a critical machine is faulty or broken, it’s immediately fixed for output to resume so that minimal downtime occurs. If a machine is kept in good working condition, errors rarely happen. While there is a great deal of emphasis ensuring machinery doesn’t break […]

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Improve Your Sleep. Improve Your Heart.

February 4, 2016

The human heart is amazing. Our hearts fill with love in those magic moments of life. Our hearts break in those moments of tragedy. Through it all, without having to think about it, our hearts beat an average of 100,000 times a day. At about the size of a fist, our hearts pump 2,000 gallons […]

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New Year, New You – Sleep and Weight Loss Facts

January 14, 2016

The start of a new year is the perfect opportunity for you to tackle your weight loss issues and trim off the pounds you’ve been carrying around. No matter how committed you are to losing weight, there may be certain factors that are holding you back. Research suggests when a child or adult does not […]

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4 Fundamentals for Choosing a Sleep Health Solution

January 6, 2016

Human Resource Directors, Risk and Safety Executives and corporate Benefits Managers look for sleep health solutions for their employee populations to resolve several key business challenges including: Healthcare Spend Reduction Safety and Risk Issues Performance Optimization and Reduction of Fatigue-Related Errors Improvement of Engagement, Wellbeing and Retention Often times, the first solution many executives land […]

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The Gift of Healthy Sleep

December 21, 2015

The holidays can be a wonderful, but stressful time of year when many struggle with getting a good night’s sleep. We wanted to give you the gift of healthy sleep this holiday season, so we created recommendations to make the holidays restful. Click the video below to enjoy a message from Dr. Parina Aggarwal, FusionHealth […]

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Hospitalized Patients Have a High Incidence of Undiagnosed Sleep Apnea

November 7, 2015

People that suffer from sleep apnea often exhibit symptoms such as daytime fatigue, poor sleep habits, and chronic medical conditions such as high blood pressure and diabetes.   Some people may have very minimal symptoms such as snoring.  Don’t allow yourself to be a person suffering from these manageable symptoms when a diagnosis and simple treatment can potentially save your life and improve your risk of developing chronic disease.

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