With today's world filled with flashing images of MTV, quick news reports, and fast-food restaurants on every corner, are we capable of concentrating as well as we used to?
You may find bullying on the playground or in your child’s classroom. But what about in your office? About 1 in 4 American workers have been bullied on the job.
Studies have found no sign that working on a computer screen causes permanent vision problems. Short-term problems, like tired, irritated, or watery eyes, do bother many people who work at computers. These problems can usually be corrected by wearing a special pair of glasses for computer work. Also, adjusting lighting in the workplace, using nonprescription artificial tears, and/or changing the position of the computer screen can help.
Because the 2009 H1N1 flu virus spreads from person to person, it is possible to catch the virus at work. Here are measures you can take to protect yourself at the office.
It’s not the job that creates stress, it’s the way a person responds to the urgencies and demands of each workplace environment that makes them stressed or energized.
You may not realize that common over-the-counter drugs can cause side effects that can jeopardize your health and your ability to perform everyday activities.
Whether it's a twisted ankle, a shin splint or a strained muscle, when should you see a doctor for a sports injury?