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diabetes and obesity over the last number of years.

Over last twenty years, we have seen the emergence of a major trend in North America: employee health and wellness are suffering. Less than one

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third of American employees (28%) say their overall health is "excellent", a significant decline of 6% since 2002 (Families and Work Institute). In Canada and the United States, there have been alarming increases of hypertension, diabetes and obesity over the last number of years. Between 1994 and 2005, the rates of arterial hypertension among Canadians increased by 77%, diabetes by 45% and obesity by 18%, affecting people of every age.

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