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E-Cigarettes have become hugely popular in the past few years. But questions still remain about their overall safety and the use of them. AllOne Health wants to keep you informed on all aspects of workforce health and safety so we have outlined some aspects to think of in regards to e-cigarettes.
Injuries to muscles, bones or joints cost businesses billions of dollars a year. In this article you will find key statistics about these injuries, as well as techniques that can prevent extreme costs in the long run.
There are two trends that are shaping the way we think about employee health. This article provides the facts on why organizations are increasingly focusing on their employees health and how it is saving them time and money.
The holiday season is supposed to be a relaxing time meant for spending time with friends and familiy and reflect back on the year. In reality however, the holidays come filled with stress of all varieties. There are work, family, and friend obligations that all need attention and in the end the holidays can feel more like a burden than a chance to receuperate.
The news surrounding the recent Ebola outbreak has seemingly slowed down. However, there are still very serious issues at play. For instance, all of the waste generated during the treatment of infected individuals needs to be disposed of safely.
There have been some recent positive developments in the Ebola outbreak. Read about breakthroughs with possible vaccines and treatments.
We want to provide you with everything you need to know about Ebola. This includes signs, symptoms, practical steps to reduce exposure, and all of the information available about the current outbreak.
According to the CDC, smoking causes 480,000 deaths per year in the United States. There are innumerable health effects that are the result of smoking, some of them include: lung disease (COPD, lung cancer, emphysema, and others), heart disease, and many types of cancers.
Spring is the most active time of the year for ticks. This webinar includes all of the information you need to keep the ticks away.
Today, heart attacks and strokes are still, by far, the leading causes of death and disability in this country. Annually, almost one million Americans are stricken and suffer from these preventable diseases and conditions.
Tobacco continues to be the #1 preventable cause of death and disease in the United States. It is a problem that is not going away. The average smoker costs their employer $3,500 a year in EXTRA healthcare costs and lost productivity, which equates to an estimated $7.18 in extra costs for every pack of cigarettes sold in the U.S.
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