Removing those who drive from the road if they are under the influence of drugs or alcohol just got more complicated for law enforcement officers. The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that obtaining biologic specimens using a breathalyzer...
Record numbers of college students use Adderral to get through college. The off-label use of prescription stimulants had come to represent the second-most-common form of illicit drug use in college by 2004. Only marijuana was more...
New research suggests many millennial workers are afraid to take vacation — even though they place a high value on work-life balance.
On a recent Thursday afternoon at Ohio State University, about 30 students sit in a classroom listening to instructor Kipp Pietrantonio lecture. "Imagine you were just handed your physics test, what would happen?" he asks. “You sweat,” calls out one student....
The nation's opioid epidemic shows no signs of abating – and in fact may be headed in a far more dangerous direction. That's the conclusion of journalist David Armstrong, who has been chronicling the scourge this year for STAT, a new health and medicine website. Armstrong...
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, approximately 2 million employees are victims of workplace violence each year. Eighteen percent of violent crimes are committed at the workplace, and roughly 800 workplace...
Earlier this year, a landmark study published by the American Bar Association and Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation confirmed what many within the legal profession have suspected for quite some time. More than 20 percent of licensed, employed attorneys exhibit behavior consistent...
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