Category: Diabetes Prevention

incentaHEALTH and Health Links™ Digital Diabetes Risk Tool Now Available in Spanish

  Health Links™, a research-to-practice program within the Center for Health, Work & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health, has partnered with digital health company incentaHEALTH to enhance a digital tool to increase diabetes risk awareness for employers. The goal is to increase availability and accessibility to Diabetes Prevention Programs to employees through employer [...]
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A Guide to Healthy Grocery Shopping

Grocery shopping - we all have to do it on a regular basis, so why does it seem like such a daunting task for so many? It might be due to the fact that our grocery stores are full of deceiving packages, expensive “health food” items, and tempting sugar-filled treats.  We believe that healthy eating starts [...]
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Mindful Eating at Work

Working from home with a pantry full of food only a few steps away, workplace vending machines, treats from colleagues, snack filled desk drawers – these are a few factors that get in the way of our health goals while on the job. It's easy to lose focus on our health while we are concentrated on [...]
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Wyoming Health Department Continues Partnership with incentaHEALTH

The Wyoming Department of Health, Public Health Division, has continued their partnership with incentaHEALTH to offer incentaHEALTH’s virtual diabetes prevention program, #PreventDiabetes, to Wyoming residents. The program has been a success and we are excited to continue working with the Wyoming Department of Health to reduce the incidence of Type II Diabetes in the state. Here are what some Wyomingites are [...]
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Fad Diets vs. Lifestyle Changes

After decades of fad diets, we’ve learned one thing – they aren’t usually the answer. Fad diets have never been proven to make people healthier, in fact they have led to unhealthy obsessions with weight loss and numbers on the scale, rarely bringing light to what it means to make healthy choices. And because of that [...]
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Are You Tired or Wired?

All day you’ve been daydreaming of crawling back into your warm, comfy sheets. You get home, unwind, and when the clock strikes bedtime – you are suddenly full of energy. That second wind you’ve been hoping for all day finally decides to make its debut the moment you lay your head down. "It's very common for [...]
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Diabetes: A Rising Health Crisis

While the country has been confronting the COVID-19  pandemic, another health crisis has been occurring. Diabetes related deaths for Americans has surpassed the 100,000 mark for the second year in a row. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), deaths increased by 17% in 2020 and 15% in 2021. In 2019, [...]
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