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Nine Questions Mutual Company Directors Should Ask When Assessing Their ERM Culture

Every year our Mutual Practice team looks forward to the National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies (NAMIC) Annual Convention. With nearly 2,000 attendees, it is a great opportunity to experience the rich tradition of the mutual insurance industry, enjoy a diverse a range of talented keynote speakers and listen to a multitude of stimulating panel discussions.

  • Series: The Bulletin
    Should Obesity Be Considered a Disability?

    Issue: Dec 14, 2015| Disability | English

    Articles in this edition include: Should Obesity Be Considered a Disability?; Putting Behavioral Economics to Work for the Insurance Industry; Trends to Watch in the L/H industry. Also our research surveys, conferences and people news.

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  • Stroke Reduction Advice – Take It Without a Pinch of Salt

    By Ross Campbell | Aug 04, 2015 | English

    Dietary risk comes primarily from processed foods that contain high levels of sugar, saturated fat and salt. People are aware of messages to lower saturated fat intake. Much has been said to highlight the contributory role that excess sugar consumption...

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  • Do Genes and Microbes Drive Obesity?

    By Ross Campbell | Jul 16, 2015 | English

    The increasingly obesogenic environment has amplified the underlying tendency for people to gain and retain excess weight. We can point to plentiful food, sedentary work and low levels of exercise as reasons we are all becoming heavier. It is easy to...

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  • Why Surgery Isn’t Always a Silver Bullet for Obesity

    By Dr. Ian Cox | Jun 21, 2015 | English

    Obesity is both preventable and reversible. But for those whose weight has spiralled out of control into severe obesity, controlling it and losing it through diet and exercise alone often proves ineffective. A growing number of people are being judged...

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