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People prefer 'carrots' to 'sticks' when it comes to healthcare incentives

To keep costs low, companies often incentivize healthy lifestyles. Now, new research suggests that how these incentives are framed -- as benefits for healthy-weight people or penalties for overweight people -- makes a big difference. The research shows that policies that carry higher premiums for overweight individuals are perceived as punishing and stigmatizing.
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