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Massaging the data: A Canadian health benefits trend study

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Traice Schmerling:

The message in this article is that benefits for massage therapy do not contribute significantly to productivity in the workplace. And yet there is a PhD thesis that suggests that massage increases productivity. Employers should consider this before accepting the idea that massage benefits should be reduced.

Tuesday, June 30 at 9:41 am | Reply

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