Should Your Employer Recommend Weight-Loss Drugs?
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Now insurance companyAetna ( AET ) is opening the door for companies to offer workers new weight-loss drugs, along with other support for healthier habits. Under a pilot program announced Jan. 14, company health plans can alert workers who might be candidates for two obesity garcinia cambogia drugs that hit the market last year, the first ones approved by U.S. regulators in more than a decade. If employees are interested, and their doctors agree, workers start taking the medication and use Aetnas lifestyle coaching apps to help them manage their diet and exercise.
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