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This Month's Feature: SHOULD I CALL IN SICK?

Should I Call in Sick?
You're not feeling the greatest today - a fever, cough, sore throat, small headache - but that report needs to be on your manager's desk by noon. You think you can handle it. Can you? Or should you call in sick?


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Maintaining good posture is important and especially during your many daily activities that place compression forces throughout your spine.

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