Doctors show lower overweight, absenteeism rates than other workers

05/8/2013 | BeckersHospitalReview.com

Physicians had the lowest rate of being overweight or having at least one chronic condition compared with other job types, data from a Gallup survey showed. Researchers also found physicians had low absenteeism levels and incurred absenteeism costs of only $250 million annually, compared with $15.7 billion per year among managers and executives.

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