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TOOL Health Observances for May

By Staff Report

May. 1, 2009

Wwith a terrible economy on everyone’s minds, it’s sometimes tough to get a good night’s sleep. And if things are very bad, employees may be at greater risk for depression. May is Better Sleep Month, as well as Mental Health Month. The Wellness Council of America has a links to sites with information on sleep and work productivity, along with information on recognizing and dealing with depression.

Visit Welcoa’s site for more information on these two health observances and many more.

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