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Workers’ Memorial Day 2019

This April 28th is Workers’ Memorial Day – a day when the nation (and others across the globe) takes a moment to honor the loss of thousands of lives on the job every year. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), more than 5,000 men and women die in the workplace annually. The majority[…]

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Mumps Outbreak at Temple University

Within the last week the number went from 7, then to 11, and now up to 16 total cases of mumps on Temple University’s campus. Mumps is just one of many preventable viral diseases; with a two-dose vaccine approved by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) individuals are nearly 90% protected against the[…]

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Product Alert: Dangerous Tools Recalled

The Consumer Product Safety Commission, or CPSC, recently recalled several different tool models: a De WALT speed reversing drill, as well as a Black & Decker hammer drill and drill driver, to name a few. The De WALT product has been recalled because of defective wiring, which create shock hazards for users. In the case[…]

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Physician Burnout: a Public Health Crisis

We have written about physician burnout in the past, but according to a new report by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, our country is now facing a major medical and public health crisis because of how widespread the problem has become. In the new report titled “A Crisis In Health Care: A[…]

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Utah Becomes First State to Lower DUI Limits

Utah recently introduced a .03 percent decrease to its driving under the influence (DUI) blood alcohol concentration (BAC) limit – and it is the first state to do so across the country. Originally at .08, the state now has the lowest BAC concentration allowed at .05. Utah was the first state to implement a .08[…]

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