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Examining lung cancer risks across different industries and occupations in Ontario, Canada: Long work hours linked to diabetes in women Clocking up 45 or more working hours in a week is linked to a heightened risk of diabetes in women, a study has found.
Published online 2 July The statement prompted a sharp rebuke from the TUC, which said the government was guilty of a decade of inaction since an earlier review identified the need for immediate action. Job strain knocks years off your healthy life Individuals with job strain have a shorter health expectancy compared with those without job strain, a new study has found.
Job strain and loss of healthy life years between ages 50 and 75 by sex and occupational position: Union win, as government bans sexist dress codes Following years of trade union campaigning against sexist dress codes in the workplace, the Government Equalities Office GEO has now published dress code guidance for employers and employees.
Unions and safety campaigners have been at the heart of the campaign against sexist dress codes, highlighting the discriminatory and sometimes hazardous nature of the codes.
Standing problemHazards magazine, August Work stress is more deadly in men Having a stressful job is far more likely to kill men with heart and metabolic problems like diabetes than women, a study found.
Men with heart problems are six times more likely to suffer an early death if they have a stressful job - even if they keep fit and eat a healthy diet — the research suggests. Work stress and risk of death in men and women with and without cardiometabolic disease: Stressful jobs linked to deadly heart rhythm disorders Having a stressful job is associated with a higher risk of a heart rhythm disorder, according to new research.
The study found the most stressful jobs, linked to a higher risk of atrial fibrillation, are psychologically demanding but give employees little control over the work situation — for example, assembly line workers, bus drivers, secretaries, and nurses.
ONS life expectancy figures for security guards WHO global mortality figures. Top experts back major reforms on work disease prevention An international meeting of occupational health experts has called for a major global shake up to improve the prevention of work-related diseases.
Dublin statement on occupational health: New avenues for prevention of occupational cancer and other severe occupational health hazardsICOH, May It said it had members who had been left sick, unconscious or unable to drive after treating prisoners who had taken the illegal drug, which is a potent synthetic cannabis substitute.
Pieter Coenen and others. Do highly physically active workers die early? A systematic review with meta analysis of data from participantsBritish Journal of Sports Medicine, published Online First, 14 May Unite news release and cabin air campaign.
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The global value and evidenceSOM, May FBU officer Les Skarratts noted that at every turn the union faces barriers.An alphabetical list showing the interests of medical and lay members of medical practitioners tribunals and interim orders tribunals.
As always Charles has captured the lack of ambition in the WSD reporting which leads directly to general despair among those who want to see a systematic and scalable improvement in services available to . What is already known about the topic? • Internationally, primary care is delivered by teams of physicians and healthcare professionals.
• Significant differences regarding education, tasks, remuneration and terminology of health professionals in primary care can be observed internationally. An alphabetical list showing the interests of medical and lay members of medical practitioners tribunals and interim orders tribunals.
All forms of ineffective treatment, ‘alternative’ or otherwise, pose real dilemmas that are usually neglected.
I use here the term ‘alternative medicine’, rather than CAM (complementary and alternative medicine), because things that don’t work are not medicine at all and can’t be ‘complementary’ to anything. Up to one in five women and one in ten men are affected by mental health problems during pregnancy and the first year after birth.
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