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Zocdoc Invites American Workers Everywhere to Take an 'Unsick Day' for Their Health

Feeling a tad unsick today? Well, don't come in to work … but feel free to spread it around. Healthcare scheduling service Zocdoc is proposing Unsick Day—a day off each year for workers to attend routine doctor and dentist appointments, before they start feeling poorly. This preventative health push stems from a recent Zocdoc survey that found 85 percent of working Americans routinely cancel or delay such visits because of job responsibilities.
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