November is National Diabetes Awareness Month, giving us a great reason to focus on one of the most pervasive chronic diseases in America. In the United States alone, diabetes affects more than 37 million people — each of whom must live with the diseas…Read more.
Did you know that drowsy driving is responsible for more than 6,400 deaths in the U.S. annually? Or did you know that nearly 30% of American drivers have admitted to falling asleep at the wheel? National Drowsy Driving Prevention Week, Nov. 6-13, is ai…Read more.
When temperatures begin to dip and the days get shorter, the seasonal flu rears up to make its presence known. While it may be easy to dismiss the flu as an annual annoyance, influenza is a dangerous illness that should be taken seriously by employers…Read more.
During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the flu seemed to fall by the wayside, not receiving nearly as much attention as its more recent and deadly cousin. However, the flu is still a dangerous illness that needs to be taken seriously by employers…Read more.
National Concussion Awareness Day, Sept. 16, is a great time to review your company’s protocols for head injuries in the workplace. Concussions or traumatic brain injuries that occur on the job typically happen due to falls, falling objects or motor ve…Read more.