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Errata: Vol. 42, No. 2

In the article "Worksite Health Promotion -- New Hampshire, 1992," on page 35, in Table 2, under the manufacturing industry heading, the percentage of worksites offering weight control activities should read 21.7 (plus or minus 4.9) and stress management should read 5.7.

On page 37, the references should be renumbered as 3. Heimendinger . . ., 4. Eley . . ., 5. Public Health Service . . ., 6. Division of Public Health Services . . ., and 7. National Resource Center on Worksite Health Promotion . . . .

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