AJHP

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AJHPAmerican Journal of Health-System Pharmacy
AJHPAmerican Journal of Health Promotion
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"Using Employer Case Studies to Highlight Best Practices and Tailored Strategies to Build Comprehensive Workplace Health Programs," American Journal of Health Promotion 31(1): 79-88.
"Healthy Nutrition Environments: Concepts and Measures," American Journal of Health Promotion 19 (2005): 330-33.
In fact, obese workers are almost twice as likely to be frequently absent as people of a healthy weight, according to results by Brigham Young University health promotion professor Larry Tucker, published in the January/February 1998 American Journal of Health Promotion. The 2001 Call to Action noted that obesity-related illnesses cost employers 39.3 million lost workdays, 239 million days of reduced productivity, and 62.7 million doctor visits annually.
WEIGHT GAIN is linked to urban sprawl, says new research published in an American Journal of Health Promotion special issue that focuses on community design.
Pelletier, American Journal of Health Promotion 1997:12(2):112-123.)
Main, "The Inadequacy of Using Means to Compare Medical Costs of Smokers and Nonsmokers," American Journal of Health Promotion, November-December 1991, pp.
An article in the American Journal of Health Promotion recently reviewed 28 work-site health-promotion and disease-prevention programs and found that savings are generally three or more times greater than program costs.
Short bursts of less than 10 minutes of moderate or vigorous physical activity can reduce the risk of obesity, according to a study in the September/October American Journal of Health Promotion.
American Journal of Health Promotion, 2001; 91(12) 1926-1929
O'Donnell, Definition of Health Promotion," American Journal of Health Promotion, Vol.
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