Lack of Paid Sick Leave Reduces Use of Preventive Health Care Services

Source: Karen Rosenberg, AJN – American Journal of Nursing, Volume 117 – Issue 7, July 2017
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From the abstract:
According to this study:
* Workers without paid sick leave are significantly less likely to undergo recommended annual health screenings compared with those who have paid sick leave.
* Lack of paid sick leave is a barrier to accessing health care services, even when preventive screenings are free.