Occupational Medicine & Health Affairs

Occupational Medicine & Health Affairs

Occupational Therapy: More than Healing Injury

The world we live in today has much to give in the field of competition and stress for the people who are in the college or starting their careers. There are many things other than injury for a person to be looked

after. People secure their lives by insurance policy. Read more…

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Posted by Jim Morrison - 30/11/2012 at 03:25

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Occupational Medicine: Professional’s Lifeline

In the process of earning daily bread the competition has reached to a level where, the people face mental stress. People over look stress and the back pain in their initial stages. It leads to the complex problem that arises due to their reluctant nature. Read more…

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Posted by Jim Morrison - 21/11/2012 at 07:07

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Long Hours of Work Leads to Stroke

Working for long hours a day on regular basis raises the risk of heart disease by up to eighty percent. There are numerous potential mechanisms that underlie the association between long working hours andstroke. The people working for extra time very often fall into the trap of heart stroke. Read more…

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Posted by Jim Morrison - 12/11/2012 at 03:22

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Greater responsibility leads hatred among colleagues at workplace

I don’t think, we need to do research or demonstrate for proving my title, because it is common psychological behaviour at workplace and in modern time it is known as Mobbing -bullying in terms of humans (Reasons: Jealousy, Hatred, Novelty Read more…

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Posted by Mukul singh - 05/11/2012 at 03:14

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