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The application of hazard analysis and critical control point principles is an effective method for ensuring employee food safety in both large and small businesses.
Medical tourism is becoming popular as an alternative to the high cost of health care in the United States and as an inexpensive resource for cosmetic surgery. The occupational health nurse is an… (More)
Noise pollution can cause nonauditory effects on general health and well-being. There is growing awareness that secondhand noise is an important public health problem that is similar in scope to… (More)
Frequent flyer business travelers experience recurrent ear problems. Common causes and prevention are discussed.
Evidence is increasing that vitamin D insufficiency is widespread in the general population and that vitamin D plays a key role in bone health and the prevention of chronic health conditions.… (More)
Occupational health nurses are primary stakeholders when corporations are developing policies and procedures for consistent handling of terminations and reductions in force.
Global business practices have created a new category of worker, the stealth expatriate. Tax, immigration, and political risks exist for corporations that do not track this type of worker. Critical… (More)
The occupational health nurse usually encounters reduction in force issues from a company perspective. This article discusses strategies for the occupational health nurse who is downsized.
Recently, bedbug bites have been on the rise. Awareness is important to solving this problem.