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Recession Is Bad for Health

Americans Are Taking Grave Chances With Their Health Because of Recession and Money Fears

Staying Healthy When Money Is Tight continued...

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.”


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