What’s the most common U.S. work-related Illness? It may surprise you to learn it is hearing loss. The number of occupations that expose workers to dangerous levels of noise is quite large. It is believed to be around 22 million.
Women with long work hours—averaging 60-hour workweeks over the span of three decades—triple the risk for diabetes, cancer, arthritis, and heart trouble. Whereas men working the same amount remain relatively unaffected. One possible reason is that women who have long work hours have additional stressors because they often take on the majority of familial responsibilities.
Gluten is a protein, which is found in grains such as wheat, barley, and rye. These grains can be found in many common foods. Why would someone want to avoid them? Because they can have celiac disease. This blog explores the top four gluten myths such as gluten can be eaten in small amounts if you have celiac disease.
In addition to big talks about religion, race, and sex, teaching kids about disabilities is a critically important topic for parents to cover.
A disability is not a barrier to greatness. Consider these three inspiring people who overcame disabilities and who are making an impact on the world.
Science is increasingly shedding light on the life-altering, even life-threatening effects that head trauma and brain injuries can have.
It’s truly incredible to think about the wide range of problems posed by the dangers of drinking.
Workers with a disability can bring adaptability to the table. Here are some employment resources and jobs for people with disabilities.
How does the United States rank on issues like disability access and benefits when compared to other countries around the world? Learn here
Sitting is really bad for your health. It can even negate exercise. Getting active is the first step toward disability prevention. Learn more