TORONTO, April 24, 2017 /CNW/ - In Canada, about $69.4 billion* is spent annually on direct and indirect costs for five key modifiable risk factors – physical inactivity, smoking, excess weight, use of alcohol and low vegetable / fruit consumption. Although Canadians know that they need to lead a healthier lifestyle, they continue to get a failing grade when it comes to reducing their risks for chronic disease. Read More >

*Krueger H, Koot JM, Andres E. 2017. Canadian Journal of Public Health. Vol 108, No 2.

TORONTO, Sept. 19, 2017 /CNW/ - BestLifeRewarded Innovations is pleased to announce the launch of another ground-breaking employee health behaviour change research project with several federal government departments and agencies, including Canadian Forces Housing Agency, CanmetENERGY-Ottawa (Natural Resources Canada), Correctional Services Canada, and Union of Health and Environment Workers – local 20729 (Environment Canada) using the evidence-informed health behaviour change program, BestLifeRewarded. Read more >