(30 ILCS 770/5)
    Sec. 5. Legislative findings. The General Assembly finds that lifestyle factors contribute to more than half of all deaths in this State. These health risk factors include the following: smoking, obesity, stress, nutrition, blood pressure, and alcohol and drug use.
    The citizens of this State should be encouraged to adopt lifestyles that lead to wellness. The State can help provide that encouragement by promoting the adoption of wellness programs in the workplace. The benefits of these programs include the following: better health, reduced absenteeism, higher morale, health care cost savings, increased job satisfaction and productivity, and decreased workers' compensation claims.
(Source: P.A. 88-312.)