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Which of the following conditions is the leading cause of employee sick time and lost productivity in the United States? A. the common cold B. asthma C. on-the-job injuries D. low back
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User: Which of the following conditions is the leading cause of employee sick time and lost productivity in the United States? A. the common cold B. asthma C. on-the-job injuries D. low back pain

Weegy: C. the common cold
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User: ) Taking excessive drugs on a continual basis, even when it is not necessary to describes A. drug addiction. B. drug tolerance. C. drug abuse. D. drug misuse.

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