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How Telehealth Can Save You Time and Money

As companies embrace various technologies to improve efficiency, telehealth can go a long way to save time and money for employees and employers alike. Telehealth, simply, is a way for people to communicate with medical professionals using technology

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The Role of Blood Chemistry in the Weight Loss Process

by Dr. Chris Cherubino, Medical Director, ARCpoint Labs In the realm of weight loss, the scale is still seen as the king. This is certainly true with the patients I see in my office. ‘I lost two pounds,’ is accompanied by an ear-to-ear smile, while

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Why Am I So Tired?

We’ve all had those mornings where you wake up and maybe you’re a little groggy because you stayed up late the night before. But what does it mean if you’re always tired? While there are many contributing factors to chronic fatigue,

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DOT Clearinghouse | Don’t Get Caught In The Slow Lane

Starting January 6, 2020 companies that employ commercial drivers will be required to use the Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse to report and query any drug and alcohol policy violations.  What Is The Clearinghouse? The Clearinghouse is a mandatory database

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Everything You Need to Know About DOT Physicals

Driving a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) is physically and mentally strenuous, and the long hours, stressful treks, and heavy loads can take quite a toll on even the healthiest among us. Because of the demanding nature of the job, the tenacious individuals

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Food Sensitivities: The Difference Between ‘Allergy’ and ‘Intolerance’

Did you know that roughly 15-20% of the population suffers from at least one food intolerance? Or that 10% of adults in the United States suffer from food allergies? As these percentages continue to tick up year after year, it's becoming increasingly

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Should I Get Tested for STDs?

Sharing is caring, but not when it comes to sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). Getting tested for these infections is just as critical for practicing safe sex as gaining consent and using protection, so seeing your doctor or other medical professional

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How to Handle CBD in the Workplace

The 2018 Farm Bill removed hemp from the federal list of controlled substances, effectively legalizing hemp-derived CBD products in all 50 states. Since then, CBD is EVERYWHERE and it’s being met with mixed feelings. On the one hand, people seem

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The Skinny on Workplace Health & Wellness Programs

Workplace health and wellness initiatives promote a healthy lifestyle for employees and can be as basic as smoking cessation programs and wellness education seminars, or as sophisticated as on-site gyms, wearable fitness trackers, company-wide competitions,

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What to Do When Drug Use Enters The Workplace?

Employee absenteeism, work-related injuries and lost productivity represent some of the effects of employee drug use in the workplace. Employers in the United States lose up to an estimated $53.4 billion in productivity due to prescription drug misuse

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