Getting sick with the flu is a pretty good example of the relevance of Total Worker Health™. In the end, it doesn’t matter much if you pick it up at work – from a patient or co-worker – on the bus, or at your child’s daycare – you still get sick. You still feel lousy, miss work (or choose to infect others around you and work ineffectively) and miss personal events. Getting good sleep, exercising, … Read More
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