An article by CNNMoney’s Ben Goldacre highlights the dangers of getting herpes on your job.
The article also shows how to avoid contracting the virus at your workplace.
In this video, Ben talks to one of his fellow menards workers, who told him to stay home from work for a week to avoid the disease.
Ben tells the story of his time in the menards business and how he became an expert at preventing herpes on his work place.
“I didn’t have to tell anyone, I just went to work.
I’ve got a lot of friends at work and I’m sure if they did it I would have a lot more of them to talk to,” he says.
Ben says his advice to his colleagues is to go to work and not come home from the office.
He says menards are not the only workplaces where people need to stay away from the workplace.
“It’s a very, very small percentage of workplaces that you can get the virus and I think that’s why we’re still not seeing a lot in terms of outbreaks in those types of workplaces,” he said.
In his video, he shows how the CDC advises people to get tested for herpes on the job.
Ben explains the importance of keeping the herpes infection under control.
“If you’re not careful you can become infected and then you can infect others who are close to you.
So you need to keep your hands clean,” he tells the man.”
Keep your mouth shut.
You don’t need to go out with your hands open.”
You can contact the CDC at 1-800-CDC-HIV or visit www.cdc.gov/hsv/health/hiv.htm