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‘Trump Bump’ Forces out MedTech Company from Best Dividend Stocks List

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Everyone knows that being healthy is great for mental and physical well-being. It’s no secret that if you work out, eat right, don’t smoke, etc., you’ll live longer and potentially have a better quality of life than someone who doesn’t treat their body like a temple.

But there is another tangible reason why you may want to put down the jelly donut, stop drinking soda and hit the treadmill – and that would be cold hard cash. There are plenty of investments and lucrative benefits that come along with being healthy.

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Believe it or not, your employer wants you to be healthy. For starters, healthier employees tend to produce better results for their corporations. The less obvious reason comes down to cost. Employers pay a pretty penny for health insurance benefits for their employees. By having healthier workers, the idea is that they use less health insurance and save the firm serious bucks.

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