Celebrate National Wellness Month 2019

National Wellness Month was founded in 2018 by Lisa Michaelis of Live Love Spa with

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How to Create Stronger Passwords and Remember Them

The Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC) states that a password is a long, virtually unguessable

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Recent Graduates and College Students: Take these Steps to Help Better Protect Yourself from Identity Theft

Students aren’t typically known for having a lot of money or particularly great credit scores,

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Protect Your Identity for Summer Travel

You may already be anticipating some of the potential difficulties that could lie ahead for

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Attackers Use WhatsApp Flaw to Install Surveillance Software

The 1.5 billion global users of Facebook’s WhatsApp messaging app are being strongly advised to

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How to Avoid Text Message Scams

According to the Identity Theft Resource Center (ITRC), fraudulent bank text messages are one of

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Don’t Be an April Fool: Backup Your Data!

113 mobile phones are stolen or lost in the U.S. every minute, yet researchers found

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Travelers’ Information at Risk, More Hotels Hacked

California Attorney General’s Office Reports Hotel Data Hacks Hotel chains including the Westin, Marriot, Hyatt,

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An Accurate Definition of Wellness

Making phone calls to clear up a medical bill is not usually an enjoyable or easily accomplished task. Between the undecipherable billing codes, long call wait times and stringent processes, the frustrating back and forth required to resolve a medical billing question can be exhausting and stressful, to say the least. Consider the hassle associated […]

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Employers Question the ROI of Wellness Programs

Over the past several years, there has been a big uptick in companies offering “Wellness Programs” as one of many employee benefits. Perks like weekly yoga classes, onsite massages, free pedometers, and even more tactical programs like employee flu shots and 24/7 nurse hotlines, are seemingly a good way for employers to complement financial compensation […]

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