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Companies are planning medical and reduce pension benefits for current and future employees, according to two studies published Wednesday by consulting firm Watson Wyatt Worldwide, Long Island Newsday reports to reduce plan. Fourteen % of employers said they plan the benefit the benefit entirely for future retirees over 65 years and 6 percent plan to provide equal benefits for current retirees in eliminate age group. Only 5 percent of the 163 respondents said they did not expect to place any additional restrictions on their medical services in the next five years, and 7 percent said they do not expect that implement further restrictions for current retirees, the study finds.

Jim Shepherd, CEO of the American Association of Poison Control Centers, said poison centers are uniquely positioned to often be the first public health threats threats to public health. Poison centers at the forefront of public health surveillance was, he said. And this is another example of how medically staffed poison centers public health problems public health problems in the making.