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September 02, 2011

The Cost of Bad Behavior
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Are you tired of taking abuse? Plenty of people say they are getting treated badly while on the job. . Then – 1 in 6 men will battle prostate cancer in their lifetimes. What’s the latest on the disease, who is at risk, and what questions should you be asking your doctor? A doctor gives us some answers.
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InfoTrak: The Cost of Bad Behavior
Dr. Christine Pearson, PhD, Professor of Management at the Thunderbird School of Global Management, and co-author of The Cost of Bad Behavior: How Incivility is Damaging Your Business and What to Do About It believes that rudeness and incivility in the workplace are major problems today, and the problem is getting worse. She said her research had determined that if organizations do not address incivility, they often suffer potentially steep financial consequences. She explained how employees and managers should address the problem.
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InfoTrak: The Basics of Prostate Cancer
Dr. Eric Klein, author of The Cleveland Clinic Guide to Prostate Cancer outlined the basics of prostate cancer. He explained who is most at risk, and how to decide if treatment is necessary. He also addressed the controversy about PSA tests used to detect prostate cancer and explained the most common methods of treatment.
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InfoTrak: Clean Behavior
Prof. Katie Liljenquist, an expert in behavior and decision making conducted a study that found that the smell of cleaning products can make people act more virtuous. She explained the reasons behind the behavioral changes. She also talked about potential ways to smells could be used to reduce societal problems such as crime or vandalism.
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