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  • Industrial Accident Prevention Association. (2005). IAPA Creating Healthier Workplaces Everywhere. Retrieved May 02, 2006.
  • Institute of Medicine of the Natural Academies website. (2005). Dietary Reference Intake Tables: Elements Table. Retrieved May 02, 2006.

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  • MacBride-King, J. (2005). Wrestling with Workload: Organizational Strategies for Success (PDF, 43 pages). Ottawa: Conference Board of Canada.
  • MacBride-King, J. and Bachmann, K. (1999). Is work-life balance still and issue for Canadians and their employers? You bet it is. Ottawa: Conference Board of Canada.
  • Manning, G., Curtis, K. and McMillen, S. (1998). Stress: Living and Working in a Changing World. New York: Whole Person Associates Inc.
  • Marcus, Bess H. (1992). The Stages and Progress of Exercise Adoption and Maintenance in a Worksite Sample. Health Psychology, 11(6), 386-395.
  • Marmot, M.G. et al. (1997). Contribution of job control and other risk factors to social variation in coronary heart disease incidence. The Lancet. 350(9037), 235-239.
  • McKeown, G. (2002). A Four-Step Guide to Building the Business Case for A Healthy Workplace. Toronto: National Quality Institute.
  • Mental Health Works. (2005). News from Canada. Retrieved May 02, 2006.

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  • Oswald, C. and Basco, S. (2001). Stretching. New York: Paidotribo Editorial.

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