older men working out Although athird of Americans say that they view the end of summer as a timeto get an annual checkup or screening, they're almost as focused ongoing shopping for a new wardrobe. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Ah, summer. A time of vacations, barbecues and abundantsunshine. No wonder employees report being happiest during thesemonths. And that happiness might be just the kick they needto jump into a new health and fitness regime comefall.

So says the End-of-Summer Checkup, a survey from digitalhealth company Rally Health, Inc. that quizzes Americans about howthey feel about how summer affects their health routines, includingchanges in dietary and fitness routines, as well as end-of-summermood shifts and their perspective on autumn.

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Marlene Satter

Marlene Y. Satter has worked in and written about the financial industry for decades.