By Kyle Alexander|2019-12-12T22:04:36-06:00January 19th, 2017|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Lifestyle Choices that are the Biggest Causes of Obesity
We asked over 20,000 people five simple lifestyle questions and then performed biometric screenings on all of them to measure BMI/Waist, Blood Pressure, Cholesterol & Blood Sugar levels. Our 3 findings [...]
By Kyle Alexander|2019-12-12T22:04:37-06:00November 21st, 2016|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Biometric Screenings are What?
Google “What is a biometric screening?” and you’ll get any number of articles that describe biometric screenings as “a measurement of physical attributes such as height, weight, blood pressure and more – that can be [...]
By Mark Masson|2019-12-12T22:04:38-06:00September 28th, 2016|Categories: Best Practices, Blog|Comments Off on Why Is Self-Reporting Acceptable Within Employee Wellness?
If your organization has an employee wellness program, you likely pay to have biometric screenings performed on your employees by a third party. Why? There really is just one answer to this question – it’s because [...]
Based on the enormous response to our last blog, 7 Lesser-Known Biometric Screening Regulations, it is apparent that several people were still not aware that POINT-OF-CARE “FINGERSTICK” HbA1c SCREENINGS AT THE WORKSITE IS PROHIBITED UNDER [...]
By Kyle Alexander|2019-12-12T22:04:39-06:00August 11th, 2016|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Tony Romo is Overweight; Russell Wilson is Clinically Obese. Why BMI for Athletes May Not Be Correct.
Tony Romo recently made headlines due to a picture released with reports that he is overweight. In the picture he was wearing body protection which made Romo’s torso appear more robust than his actual body. [...]