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Print security report reveals 8 need-to-know stats

Posted by:beka on November 22, 2021

When human interaction changed in a matter of weeks from in-person to distanced because of potentially fatal consequences, it caused the world to suddenly lean more on remote technologies.

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Lung Cancer in Women: The Good and Bad News

Posted by:beka on November 15, 2021

Lung cancer remains the leading cause of cancer death and is the second most common form of cancer in the United States. While it has a reputation for being a male disease and one targeting smokers and former smokers, it may surprise women to know that there is a steady rise in lung cancer among their gender, while it has decreased for men. 

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Pneumonia Can Strike Anyone: How to Protect Against It

Posted by:beka on November 15, 2021

A common myth about pneumonia is that it’s confined to the sick or elderly. In fact, pneumonia can strike anyone, at any age – though it does pose a more serious threat to infants, young children, the elderly, smokers, and others with weakened immune systems.  

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For Some, Holiday Season Can Be a Mental Health Struggle

Posted by:beka on November 8, 2021

Heightened financial pressures, unrealistic social expectations, and other stressors can take the fun out of the holiday season for some and even make them less attentive at work, but employers can play a role in reducing holiday stress and anxiety. 

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Employers Can Help Curb the Costs of Diabetes

Posted by:beka on November 1, 2021

Diabetes takes a staggering toll in America, and not just to individuals and the nation’s healthcare system. Absenteeism and lost productivity in the workplace also make the disease enormously expensive for employers. 

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How to avoid falling victim to business identity theft

Posted by:beka on October 25, 2021

You lock the doors to your business at night, you might have cameras to add extra security, but what steps are you taking to prevent your business from falling victim to identity theft? The first step to take so you can protect your business: “know thine enemy.” Identity theft is a nightmare many grow up fearing (I know I did). For business owners, though, that nightmare can be catastrophic. 

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