IBM is committed to a world where everyone can live a healthy life. In the 1950s, we provided machines that expedited polio vaccination research; in the 1960s and 1970s, we developed early hospital information and patient tracking systems.
Health and Wellness
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Fotabong is a rural village in Cameroon’s remote southwest region, where there are few healthcare providers to meet the needs of a population that is generally in poor health. The government-owned local hospital serves 21,000 people and typically receives up to 100 patients a day.
Everyone knows that daily fruits and vegetables are essential to good health. But not everyone can afford them: 30 million Americans live in “food deserts” and twice that number struggle with food insecurity.
U.S. Chronic Disease Crisis
Facts Up Front is a voluntary industry initiative that brings important information from the FDA-mandated Nutrition Facts Panel to the front of food and beverage packages in a simple and easy-to-use format that provides consumers with information to help build a healthful diet.
In the U.S., malnutrition is commonly understood as a crisis in the developing world and it is associated with images of famished children in far-off lands.
Today’s fascination with food, cooking shows, and celebrity chefs speaks to the allure and importance of food in our daily lives.
Nestlé is committed to enhancing quality of life and contributing to a healthier future.
Workplace wellness can be a heavy lift for companies everywhere. In addition to the initial investment, companies must ensure employee participation and effectiveness to attain the desired outcomes.
In today’s competitive business environment, investing in well-being helps to attract and retain top talent by addressing the flexibility, wellness, and development opportunities that professionals value.