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Li, Andrea
March 2011
Business Traveller (Asia-Pacific Edition);Mar2011, p64
The article discusses health risks facing executives and offers ways to combat them through wellness programs. Alan Siu, manager and lifestyle counsellor at the Lifestyle Management Center at the Hong Kong Adventist Hospital, says the most common health problems among commuting executives are insomnia, stomach ulcers, gout, high blood pressure, diabetes and obesity. Dietitian Sylvia Lam suggests limiting the intake of alcohol to no more than two units a day for men and one unit a day for women. Stress is said to be a key trigger for disease.


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