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Self-Fulfilling Fallacies of the Wellness Industry

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If people understand their disease and mortality risk, will they naturally want to change their behavior? Do employees need an incentive/disincentive to improve health habits? We explain these 2 wellness fallacies plus a couple more. Beyond them lies the truth, and this presentation clarifies what's wrong with the fallacies as well as what wellness programs should do instead to help improve health.

Published in: Health & Medicine
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  • Slide 35 is incorrect in a couple ways. I agree People don't move through steps the same way, but the behavior theory isn't 'linear' as the slide attempts to point out. Sadly to many health professionals live by these behavior change 'theories' as opposed to focusing in on the real issue with health, wellness, culture and environment
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