By Chris Wash
For the past year, my friend Will Rosenzweig has served as Chairman of a U.S. national commission focused on health promotion and the prevention of chronic illness. The Vitality Institutes Commission on Health Promotion and the Prevention of Chronic Diseases in Working-Age Adults has developed evidence linking the health of our nations workforce to the long-term competitiveness of our national economy. The recommendations were developed by a diverse group of thought leaders from the fields of public health, public policy, academia and business. Forbes has reported on the findings in an article about potential $300B cost savings opportunity for U.S. corporations.
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