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People who need self-care the most aren’t getting it. Just ask a trucker.

Wellness is for everyone.
man sitting next to a truck

I know what this guy's thinking: "Time to work out, then get my veg on!"

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Trucking wasn’t easy for Stephen Kane. Food along the highway isn’t exactly famous for its freshness, for starters. And the long hours (drivers can legally drive 14 hours a day) aren’t great for a body either, keeping folks sedentary and stressed. For 10 years, the industry supported him and his family, but it left its mark—and gave him a new mission.

“When I was driving, I was when his company, , launched a mobile app designed to bring wellness practices out of the clinic and into the nation’s .

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