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Growled at Anyone Lately?

Like old age, a bad mood can sneak up on a person. Some events, like an unplanned $200 speeding ticket on the way into work, may set the stage for a hissy fit. And anyone is


How to Maximize Your Time

Busy people often wish for more hours in the day, but leadership consultant Joelle Jay, Ph.D, says, “When you maximize your time, you actually do have more hours in the day


Hospital Can’t Require Unvaccinated Nurses to Wear Masks

A hospital unilaterally adopted a Vaccinate or Mask Policy requiring nurses and other workers who don’t get the annual flu vaccine to wear surgical masks in areas where pat

Workers’ Comp

Workers’ Comp Covers Salesman’s Brain Hemorrhage While Driving

A salesman driving home from work suffers a brain hemorrhage and gets into an accident. Doctors later identify the cause of the hemorrhage as the rupturing of an aneurism. An

Confined Spaces

7 Facts About Confined Spaces: By the Numbers

Here are seven facts relating to confined spaces: 1 confined space fatality occurs every four days on average in workplaces across the United States. (US Department of


Focus on 1-bromopropane

Worker exposure to 1-bromopropane (1-BP), a toxic chemical associated with nervous system damage and reproductive harm in animal studies, has prompted a joint hazard alert fr

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