An International SOS Foundation study of international business travelers’ health and wellness uncovered some new points, according to researchers. One was that few companies accounted for vulnerabilities among employees with pre-existing psychological conditions. Another was about risk-taking. When travelers are out and about, they’re more likely to do things they would not normally. International SOS in late 2017 interviewed stakeholders at eight…

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