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Establishing Sit-Stand Wellness Cultures in Large Enterprises by Stephen Witte 

08-18-2013 18:46

Whitepaper delivered at the JustStand Wellness Summit 2012 Subtitled - How Interior Design Choices Can Reduce Workplace Health Risks Synopsis - 'Because work has become largely sedentary over the last 50 years, worker face a health risk from sitting at their desk or workstations. Medical research conducted during the last decade highlights the connection between sitting and obesity, diabetes, and related diseases. Reducing the risk involves workplace design for more activity while working and emphasizing health habits at work.' - Stephen Witte Presenters - Dr. James Levine, Mayo Clinic; Dr. Kevin McCabe, SC Johnson; Lori Nicholson, GE Healthcare; Stephen Witte, Stephen Witte Associates

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