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Brookdale makes your golden years glow

Although we know that it’s a part of life, few of us want to talk about it: getting older.

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Amplify takes snacking to a whole new level

When it’s two in the afternoon and dinner is so far away, most of us come to one solution: Snacking.

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UNFI knows what you want before you do

How did this all get here?

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MindBody simplifies the business of wellness

When it comes to your workout, you want options.

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Weight Watchers takes the fad out of dieting

At this point in pop culture, it’s almost impossible not to know the name “Weight Watchers.”

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Breathe easy in Lululemon

Whether we like to admit it or not, we all spend a fair amount of our days sitting.

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The silliest (and most fun) 5ks you can run

Running a 5k is a fun way to spend the weekend, get some exercise, and even support a good cause.

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Abbott means health from your head to your toes

Think of the word “innovation.” What’s a company that comes to mind?

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Your financial plate

When it comes to our physical well-being, professional guidelines carry a lot of weight.

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Diary of a healthy person

What do healthy people do every day that makes them feel good? Here’s your cheat sheet.

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iRhythm: A company with heart

When it comes to your health, having as much information as possible can make all the difference in managing care.

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Health and wealth, more connected than you think

What are the two things we all want?

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Need to know stats on the pumpkin spice latte


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Online with a purpose

Malcolm Gladwell famously said that it only takes 10,000 hours to master a skill.

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Is ethical clothing really that ethical?

Bad news for shoppers. The fast fashion industry is the 2nd largest polluter in the world, after oil.

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Sprouts knows that every meal is a choice

The more we learn about nutrition, the more we recognize the importance of fresh, whole foods. At the same time, we are recognizing the effects of climate change and the ways that our food systems contribute to carbon emissions. According to the UN Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), agricultural emissions have doubled in the past fifty years, and they’re still on the rise, set to increase by another 30 percent by the year 2050.

The Stack Up

What foods we waste the most of and how to stop

No one leaves the grocery store and thinks, “Boy, I can’t wait to throw away almost half this food!” Yet that’s what US households do every year – but why? Improper planning, confusion over sell-by dates, and the preference for beautiful produce all play a part.

Movers and Shakers

Here’s why our oceans hold our future

In celebration of World Oceans Day, here are 5 facts about our oceans to keep in mind and heart. 


Oceans absorb around 30% carbon dioxide produced by humans, buffering the impacts of global warming.


Should all the glaciers and icebergs melt in an instant, sea levels would rise 262 feet. Enough to fully submerge most coastal cities in the world.


It is estimated that air pollution is responsible for at least one-third of toxic contaminants that are dumped on a yearly basis onto our oceans.


Humans have documented space and other planets better than they have mapped the ocean floor. It is estimated that only about five percent of the world’s oceans have been totally explored.


Oceans serve as the world’s largest source of protein, with more than 2.6 billion people depending on the oceans as their primary source of protein. 

Movers and Shakers

How one company saved California 15 billion gallons of water.

 Plus other news from companies in the Swell portfolio that are making an impact.


California American Water 
launches award-winning communication campaign.

What’s the impact?
Reducing water use in California by 15 billion gallons.

During California’s recent drought, California American Water, (an American Water Works Co. subsidiary) helped their customers reduce water use by more than 15 billion gallons over an 18 month period. To do this, the company created a campaign using social media and smartphone apps. “Our customers around the state took the drought seriously and reduced their water use by 26 percent,” said Richard Svindland, President of California American Water. “The emergency is over and we should applaud that, but keep in mind that water efficiency is a California way of life.”  Read more