Board-certified and expert orthopedic hand and upper extremity surgery, Dr. Erin Nance, speaks to SingleCare about why going to work sick is a bad idea
She is quoted saying:
“Having a productive day at work includes maintaining focus and attention, having stamina for up to eight hours, and may require physical exertion if you are a manual laborer,” says Erin Nance, MD. “Being sick affects all of these abilities and could cause computing mistakes, personal injury if you do not have the required strength to physically lift objects, or cause errors in judgment due to mental fatigue.”
Read the original article on SingleCare.