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What You Should Know Before Taking Supplements

The new year is here, and many of us have succeeded in maintaining our resolutions- though it isn't always easy. Our struggle to meet our fitness or lifestyle goals often leads us to seek out methods to help us succeed. These often include nutritional supplements. Supplements promise to be the quick-fixes you need to [...]

Ezekiel Elliott was Obese for the 2019 Season. Why BMI for Athletes May Not Be Correct.

Ezekiel Elliott has always been in under public scrutiny, due to his weight, but a recent picture released with fat-shamers were out in full force. In the picture, he was wearing black shirt with a awkward upward angle. Curious on this issue, we decided to use the heights and weights of players to calculate [...]

Onsite Health Diagnostics Hires New Directors of Business Development

Onsite Health Diagnostics is pleased to announce that Jonathan Deal and Michael Shaw have joined OHD as Directors of Business Development. Prior to joining OHD, Mike served as Corporate Wellness Solutions Manager for The Christ Hospital, where he was an integral contributor to the hospital’s community outreach and corporate wellness initiatives.  Mike also oversaw the quality delivery of screening services as a [...]

The Key to Better Memory – And Effective Wellness Programs!

Boosting wellness memory and engagement Have you ever been introduced to a new topic, been drawn into the conversation, then quickly forgotten the main point? It’s a common experience for just about anyone. Fortunately, there are a number of techniques that you can use for better memory; one of them is called “spaced repetition”. And, [...]

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 surprised even us. The five questions we asked were: Where do you prefer to exercise when you make the time? [...]

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 you are concerned that if you allow your employees to self-report their measurements, the answers will be wrong, any analysis [...]