Workplace hazards can take many forms. One way to avoid workplace safety hazards is to follow the strict safety guidelines outlined in your employee manual.
The secrets to a healthy, happy life during addiction recovery are not easy, but they are simple: refuel, refresh, restore, reinvigorate, and relax.
In the absence of genuine viable alternatives to working, can we charge employers and the systems that create work to pay for our healthcare?
Strong passwords, anti-virus software, common sense, and a keen sense of caution can protect you against cyber attacks, phishing scams, and other cons.
After an abusive massage, a client fought back exposing callous disregard for client safety by the salon and the regulatory body that oversees therapists.
Residency is a time where you are at risk for establishing a lot of unhealthy habits. Don't let that happen to you. Here are tips for staying healthy and fit.
Everyone knows that nonslip bath mats and night lights can prevent falls, but here's a list of lesser-known measures that can keep seniors safe in their homes.
Teaching health literacy in high school should be every bit as important for students' future success as math and American history.
Choosing to retire in a CCRC, if it has lots of activities and on-site healthcare, may not only increase longevity but also make life more fulfilling.