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How to Stay Healthy at Work

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How to Stay Healthy at Work

Work-related health issues are all too common these days. Managing and responding to the way our work effects our health is an essential part of maintaining a healthy body and also a healthy career. Here are a few tips to help you stay healthy at work. Look after your body  Whether it’s slouching over a desk…

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Traveler’s Peace of Mind: Why Insurance Matters

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Traveler's Peace of Mind: Why Insurance Matters

You have been planning for your trip overseas for months. You have researched every area that you are going to visit. You have learned how to say “where is the bathroom?” in several languages. You have even learned how to convert currency in your head. What Have You Forgotten? Now, as that time approaches for…

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Tips For Making Sure You Stay Awake During Long Drives

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Tips For Making Sure You Stay Awake During Long Drives

If you’re planning on taking a long road trip or simply a long drive to visit family or friends who don’t live nearby, you need to take the proper precautions and steps to ensure that you’ll have a safe trip. One of the major dangers that drivers who go on long journeys face is falling…

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Whiplash 101: Everything You Need To Know

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Whiplash 101: Everything You Need To Know

Whiplash is a nasty little bugger. Sometimes it goes away within weeks after an accident, but often it lingers. According to spinal experts, 15 to 20 percent of patients develop chronic pain from whiplash that can last two or more years after it first occurred. If you think you’ve experienced whiplash, should you seek treatment?…

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The Most Common Orthopedic Conditions

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The Most Common Orthopedic Conditions

Undergoing an orthopedic treatment is no laughing matter. Aside from the risks posed, it is also quite expensive. Expenses can reach about $150,000 depending on the specific treatment one is required to undergo – excluding rehabilitation and recovery costs. Unfortunately, unlike other conditions, musculoskeletal problems are quite difficult to ignore. In fact, they can be…

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5 Tips for Exercisers Starting a Running Program

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5 Tips for Exercisers Starting a Running Program

Running is often overlooked as one of the best forms of exercise for the body. This is because many people claim that running does not produce the same results as other forms of exercise. The truth is that running or jogging will help people to lose fat, build muscle and become mentally fit and active…

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Opening Our Minds To Guardian Angels

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Opening Our Minds To Guardian Angels

Photo Credit: e³°°° What are guardian angels? Guardian angels can be traced back to the beginning of time and are assigned to a person on earth to watch over and protect. There may be just one guardian angel per person or several but they will guide and help you make the right decisions when you…

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First Aid At Work – Is Your Employer Prepared?

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First Aid At Work - Is Your Employer Prepared?

With accidents at work, being able to react speedily can make the difference between life and death. In fact, even with straightforward strains, sprains or breaks suffered due to a slip, trip or fall at work, having the means in place to respond properly before the victim seeks professional medical attention is not just good…

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Hiring A Caregiver: Important Questions To Ask

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Hiring A Caregiver: Important Questions To Ask

Hiring a caregiver is a big step for any family. The realization that you or a loved one needs help on a daily or weekly basis can be difficult. There are a few things that should be asked of all caregivers before hiring. Here is some pertinent information in the hiring process. Start With the…

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Are Health And Safety Regulations An Excuse For People Not Taking Reasonable Risks?

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Are Health And Safety Regulations An Excuse For People Not Taking Reasonable Risks?

Recently in the news, the health and safety executive’s Chairman Judith Hackett stated to the BBC that “it is fed up with being cited as an excuse for preventing people from taking reasonable risks as they go about their lives”. Why the Excuses from Employees? 1 Jobsworths -This perhaps comes as no surprise to many,…

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