It only took a decade or so of new stories, scientific studies and common sense – and premiums inflated enough to make college tuition look modest – but it looks like wellness is catching on.

Well, at least overseas, anyway.

A new Towers Watson survey points to three out of four multinational companies insisting work force health and wellness promotion emerging as a higher priority over the next couple of years, with nearly 90 percent of them pushing it a little further out.

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