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New motivation: Nurses get healthy through employee wellness programs
Janelda Minor, RN, MA, watched her mother’s sedentary lifestyle limit her ability to do simple activities, such as walking to the mailbox. "I decided that I didn’t want to end up like that," said Minor, manager of continuing medical education at Orlando Health.
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