Executive Edge References

Do You Want to Scale Your Medical Practice?

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1. The Estimation and Inclusion of Presenteeism Costs in Applied Economic Evaluation: A Systematic Review

2. Absenteeism and Employer Costs Associated With Chronic Diseases and Health Risk Factors in the US Workforce

3. Towers Perrin Health Care Cost Survey Shows Average Annual Per-Employee Cost of $9,660 in 2009 — and the Health Care Affordability Gap Widens

4. Employee Fatigue Costs Companies $136 Billion Each Year

Presenteeism Costs Business 10 Times More than Absenteeism

National Health Council – About Chronic Diseases

Chronic Disease Overview

8 Reasons Your Medical Premiums Increased

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1 OBESITY

The U.S. is the Most Obese Nation in the World, Just Ahead of Mexico

Adult Obesity Causes & Consequences

Obesity Fact Sheets

2 HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE

High Blood Pressure Fact Sheet

3 TYPE 2 DIABETES

Diabetes Latest

Type 2 Diabetes Statistics and Facts

4 HEART DISEASE

Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics 2017 – At-a-Glance

Heart Disease And Stroke Cost America Nearly $1 Billion A Day In Medical Costs, Lost Productivity

5 CANCER

Cancer Fact Sheet

Cancer Statistics

6 DEGENERATIVE ARTHRITIS

FAQ About Joint Replacements

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MAINSTREAM MEDICINE FAILING

225,000 US Patients Die in Doctors’ Hands: Silence of the Lambs

Medical Errors Are No. 3 Cause Of U.S Deaths, Researchers Say

Death by Medicine

Hospital Infection Deaths Caused by Ignorance and Neglect, Survey Finds

PHARMACEUTICAL DRUGS FAILING

Death by Prescription

MASSIVE INFLUX OF FUNDS, DISASTROUS RESULTS

Obesity has Doubled Since 1980, Major Global Analysis of Risk Factors Reveals

Hypertension

Heart Disease Facts

Cancer Statistics

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Death by Prescription

Healthy living ‘cuts chronic disease by up to 80 per cent’

Are Americans Too Tired To Function Safely At Work?

Breast Cancer Incidence in Women with a History of Progesterone Deficiency

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Exercise and Type 2 Diabetes

Allergy Facts and Figures

Vitamin D Deficiency Soars in the U.S., Study Says

Demographic Differences and Trends of Vitamin D Insufficiency in the US Population, 1988-2004

What’s the Hard Return on Employee Wellness Programs?