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Science of Well-Being: Flatten the Curve

Have you seen the hashtag #flattenthecurve trending on your social media feed?   The “curve” in question reflects the number of people infected with COVID-19 (coronavirus) and the idea is that there are two scenarios.  One, we go about business as usual, which will result in a huge number of people coming down with the virus…

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5 Takeaways from Wello’s Well-Being Survey Results

Last Wednesday, Feb. 12th, Wello presented the findings of our 2019 Community Health and Well-Being Survey.  We celebrated the milestone at our first-ever Well-Being Summit at St. Norbert College with more than 150 community members in attendance.  At the summit, our research team shared the data which was collected in July-August of 2019 using the…

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Civic Engagement Gets Boost In Green Bay

According to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), civic engagement plays a key role in improving the conditions that influence health and well-being for all.  When a population is civically engaged it demonstrates that people care about their community and are motivated to participate in making it a better place.  And benefits of civic engagement…

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Winter Well-Being

What if you picked up the Green Bay Press Gazette and saw a headline that read “Study Shows Green Bay Area Winters Promote Superior Fitness Levels in Community?”   Honestly, it’s not that far-fetched of a concept, we’re just used to hearing the opposite message: that the long, cold Wisconsin winter prevents us from being as…

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