Doctors Have Health Warning About Working From Home

Man works remotely from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Man works remotely from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

You've chuckled at the Zoom meeting memes; you've shared your Groundhog Day experiences; you've marveled at how many days you can wear the same sweatpants. But beneath the good-natured commiseration there are potentially some serious health threats you could be facing if you are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to doctors.

ABC's Jim Ryan talks with with KFBK's Morning News anchors Cristina Mendonsa and Sam Shame about inactivity being the teleworker's worst enemy. That could lead to blood cots in your legs and weigh gain, he reports.

How do you avoid those concerns?

Listen to the full interview below.

ABC News Correspondent Jim Ryan talks about the health risks of working from home and how best to avoid them.

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