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  • This was done through its scientific-based wellness programme called Vitality, which encourages healthy behaviours to reduce long-term healthcare costs.

    News24

  • This was done through its scientific-based wellness programme called Vitality, which encourages healthy behaviours to reduce long-term healthcare costs.

    News24

  • In that address we read (p. 8): "With the same right, with which, for the good of scientific progress, an energetic protest has been raised against a certain mysticism which attaches to the word Vitality, I beg to give warning against an opposite extreme which is but too apt to lead to onesided and unreal, and hence also, ultimately to false notions of the vital process, against an extreme which would see in the vital process nothing but a chemico-physical and mechanical problem and thinks to arrive at true scientific knowledge only in so far as it succeeds in tracing back phenomena to the movements of repelling and attracting atoms and in subjecting them to mathematical calculation."

    At the Deathbed of Darwinism A Series of Papers

  • I learned that cultivating a sense of physical and emotional aliveness, finding delight in daily life, and welcoming all my feelings open the Doorway of Vitality, which is essential to increasing the flow of Love for No Reason.

    Love For No Reason

  • I learned that cultivating a sense of physical and emotional aliveness, finding delight in daily life, and welcoming all my feelings open the Doorway of Vitality, which is essential to increasing the flow of Love for No Reason.

    Love For No Reason

  • Vitality Group, a company that operates wellness programs for employers, rewards users with so-called Vitality Bucks when they take online health-risk assessments and participate in virtual conversations about modifying unhealthy behaviors.

    Online Records Get Patients Involved in Care

  • The Discovery group, based in Johannesburg, has crafted a programme called Vitality that applies the "air miles" model to health care.

    The Economist: Daily news and views

  • With this innovative scheme, you sign up for health insurance and automatically join the 'Vitality' programme.

    Fool.co.uk - Headlines

  • With this innovative scheme, you sign up for health insurance and automatically join the 'Vitality' programme.

    Fool.co.uk - Headlines

  • Lincoln University senior Colleen Nichols presents her senior exhibit, "Vitality," at Richardson Fine Art Center of Lincoln University,

    columbiatribune.com stories

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