To prevent injuries and illness as a result of winter weather, it’s important to learn about the causes, symptoms, and safety considerations to take so you are prepared to handle winter’s worst. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), there is no exact temperature at which the environment becomes hazardous. Instead, factors such as low temperatures, wind speed, and wetness contribute to cold-induced injuries and illness.
If localized breast cancer is detected early, the five-year survival rate is 100%! That’s why you should see your doctor regularly and conduct monthly breast exams so you can watch for symptoms.
Medical experts attribute the development of breast cancer to a combination of both unknown and known risk factors. Some risk factors are unavoidable, while others can be prevented through lifestyle changes.
Most general contractors, trades and material suppliers operate on narrow margins where current increases in the market could be detrimental. In this current reality, how do we manage through these times and remain profitable?
For every $1 invested in the treatment and support of mental health disorders, an employer can see a return of $4 in improved health and productivity, according to estimates by The World Health Organization.
Breast self-exams, or BSEs, are extremely helpful measures in detecting abnormalities and sometimes even catching cancer in its earliest stages. This article explains how to conduct a BSE and what signs to be concerned about.
If your primary house is on a rental or investment property, a homeowners policy would protect you from many of the possible dangers. But what if you live somewhere else?
The following is a list of federal laws that employers must follow, in addition to the Affordable Care Act, in most cases, regardless of their size.
A claims adjuster told me a few years ago that flood is the most common uncovered builder's risk claim, but not in the traditional sense.