Recession Is Bad for Health
Americans Are Taking Grave Chances With Their Health Because of Recession and Money Fears
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The AAFP’s Epperly says it’s going to be a while before people start taking care of themselves again, whether they have health insurance and jobs or not.
Gardner says employers can save $16 for every $1 they invest in health and wellness.
“It needs to be done,” Fryhofer says. “Everybody needs to help. People are stressed even if they still have a job and insurance because they’ve seen the value of their retirement portfolios drop. We all need to reassure each other that we’re going to get through this.”