One survey found 40 percent of workers had claimed to be sick when they actually weren’t.
Spread the word. Not the illness.
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It's a precarious juggling act of paperwork and panadol.
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Evidence is mounting that not clocking enough Zs really can make you more likely to catch a cold. A new study found that people who sleep five hours or less each night were 17 percent more likely to c...
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It can happen in the blink of an eye. One day, everyone's fine, and the next, your friends, coworkers, and roommates drop one by one into the miserable abyss of flu season. If you fear the dreaded ill...
When it comes to cold season, you may know yourself better than any doctor could. It turns out that people who rate themselves as less healthy are twice as likely to catch a cold than people who thin...