Rhode Island may be diminutive geographically speaking, but it is mighty when it comes to trying to protect healthcare workers and patients from the flu.
Sleep was added as a new topic to Healthy People 2020, the federal government’s third-generation treatise on improving the health of all Americans. Why? As a society, we simply don’t get enough of it.
Work-related stress can kill.
Fall flu vaccination campaigns are already in full swing in communities and at workplaces around the country.
I used to give weekly depositions on the status of patients who were referred to me for the resolution of contested workers’ compensation cases.
Want to save $355,000 over the next five years by cutting your injury rate 9.4% and your workers comp costs by 26%? New research finds that receiving a random OSHA inspection (at least in California) did exactly that. The study, entitled “Randomized Government Safety Inspections Reduce Worker Injuries with No Detectable Job Loss,” appeared in […]
Heinz 57. Thirty-one flavors. Eleven herbs and spices. Formula 409. Onsite clinics.
The Affordable Care Act debate reminds me of arguments in favor of and opposed to the coordination of occupational health and safety (OH&S) protections with worksite health promotion programs.
When a dollar sign is followed by a slew of zeros, it can be hard to grasp the implications in economic and human terms.
The longer we live, the more important quality of life becomes to us.