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Less than three percent of Americans live a healthy lifestyle.1   Why? Because making healthier choices isn’t always easy.
When people don’t know where to start, they just don’t. But, with ActiveHealth’s Lifestyle and Condition...

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Using Analytics to Promote Safe and Effective Opioid Use

We’ve been committed to helping people find their best health for over 20 years. Part of that mission is recognizing and responding to emerging health care concerns.  Right now, there’s a growing...

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Living Well:  Stay healthy as you age

Healthy habits are key.

Taking care of your body is the key to good health at every age. It can help slow down or even prevent problems that often come with getting older. And even if certain...

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Curious about whether or not a fitness device is good tool to help you reach your fitness goals? 

The jury is still out on the long term effectiveness of wearable fitness devices across a broad population.  We all know someone who had a device, used it religiously for a...

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Healthy eating: Small goals = Big changes

The food you eat can affect your health and your risk for certain diseases. To eat healthier food, you may need to change some of your daily habits.  You don’t need to make huge changes to eat healthier, and you don’t...


Building healthier behaviors is hard work. One way successful employee well-being initiatives help employees is by providing support throughout the process of change. We've learned there are three key moments on the journey to better health where programs can have a meaningful impact...


Our behaviors are responsible for up 40% of our health, creating a large opportunity to help improve people's well-being through employee well-being initiatives. Shawn Moore, SVP, Consumer Engagement, ActiveHealth, addressed this topic in a recent article for BenefitsPro, outlining the...

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