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Nurses and the culture of injury on the job

A recent investigative series by NPR highlights the lack of on-the-job safety faced by nurses around the United States. According to the NPR reports, nurses suffer more work-related injuries than construction workers, and the situation is only getting worse. If healthcare...

source: By Keith Carlson
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A new multi-year study of detained youth finds that most psychiatric disorders, including depression, do not predict future violent behavior. Researchers believe the findings are relevant to the recent tragic plane crash in the French Alps, showing that no one could have...

source: Psych Central

While it's impossible to avoid all difficult people at work, learning to recognize common problematic personalities can be helpful, and in some cases, can save a career. Once one knows the type of person you're dealing with, it's easier to shift gears from "business as usual"...

source: U.S. News and World Report

Researchers looked at data from the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative, which involved more than 2,000 adults between the ages of 55 and 90. The team found that patients who had sleep-disordered breathing started showing signs of cognitive problems an average of...

source: The Huffington Post

United States managers are among the least likely of employees to report experiencing depression. A Gallup survey conducted during 2014 that gathered data from nearly 75,000 Americans found that less than 9 percent of managers say they have been diagnosed with depression...

source: BenefitsPro

Ever get so stressed you want to tell your boss to go take a hike? Maybe you’d be better off if you took that advice yourself. New research finds that a half-hour walk at lunchtime promotes increased relaxation and reduced stress among office workers. "Walking seems...

source: TIME

In the future, Americans will be healthier, because our health care system will treat us as whole persons. That is, the artificial separations between physical, behavioral and mental health care will have disappeared. Brief...

source: The Wall Street Journal

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