4 Ways Tobacco Use Makes Musculoskeletal Disorders More Costly
For 2 years running, employers cite musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) as the most costly condition driving health care costs. But providing treatment for MSD without addressing tobacco use is treating the symptom instead of the cause. Here’s why.
The Disturbing Link between Heart Disease and Smoking
February is American Heart Month, a time to focus on cardiovascular health. And for tobacco users, this month triggers an important reminder of the benefits of quitting. See how you can help employees with heart disease who use tobacco.