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Oklahoma receives health ranking

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Oklahoma recently ranked 47th in health rankings by the United Health Foundation. As a result, Oklahoma businesses could see increased healthcare costs if rankings remain low.

To be proactive, businesses can schedule a complimentary one-on-one discussion with a Healthy Living Program Business Coordinator to plan health promotion strategies, cultivating a healthier workplace culture.

Healthy behaviors can be reinforced at the workplace by adding fresh fruits and vegetables to a staff meeting or by taking a walk around the block. Supporting tobacco cessation is also an effective strategy for businesses to reduce costly healthcare claims related to tobacco use.

Oklahoma City-County Health Department

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