Among the most powerful tools healthcare providers have to combat the growing prescription drug abuse problem are prescription drug monitoring databases. Even though physicians and PAs in most states have access to a drug monitoring...
Among the most powerful tools healthcare providers have to combat...
Most people look at the holidays as a happy season, a season where you can catch up with loved ones and friends you haven't seen all year. However, this time of year can be the most stressful and dangerous for those who suffer from mental health and addiction issues.
Ten states have passed paid sick leave bans in the past three years, seven of them in 2013, according to research by the Economic Policy Institute, a think tank that focuses on issues concerning low- and middle-income workers. "Absent workers impose real costs on firms,"...
Research into the growth of neurons in the brains of mice at the University of South Florida has led to an unexpected finding: Psilocybin, the psychedelic ingredient of certain mushrooms, might one day help treat post-traumatic stress disorder. Juan Sanchez-Ramos, a professor...
Engaged employees are more likely to believe their company cares about their total quality of life — physical, emotional, social, and financial health — not just their life at work, according to a survey from Virgin Pulse. Additionally, engaged employees are...
The long-lasting effects of domestic violence can reach far outside the home, following victims everywhere they go and causing damage elsewhere in the community — even at work, according to Jan Reimer, executive director of Canada's Alberta Council of Women's Shelters....
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