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The Portion of Health Care Costs Associated With Lifestyle-Related Modifiable Health Risks Based on a Sample of 223,461 Employees in Seven Industries



The Portion of Health Care Costs Associated With Lifestyle-Related Modifiable Health Risks Based on a Sample of 223,461 Employees in Seven Industries



Journal of Occupational & Environmental Medicine 57(12): 1284-1290




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DOI: 10.1097/jom.0000000000000600


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