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Workplace Fitness: Is your weight affecting your career?

7 years agoHealth : That's Fit

Workplace Fitness Health and fitness are big topics nowadays and because they're important to us in our everyday lives, they're also important to us in our work lives -- we spend too many waking hours at work to not worry about how our jobs are impacting our healthy living goals. But what about thinking the reverse: how is your health affecting the success and happiness of your work life?
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