Tag: Health

Breast Self-Examination Tags: Simple Steps to Greater Health

Breast Self-Examination Tags: Simple Steps to Greater Health

| June 30, 2017

According to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, up to 70% of breast cancers are detected by women who perform a breast self-examination. Education about noninvasive self-diagnosis of breasts can be a powerful tool given to women who may be at risk. Our Breast Self-Examination Tags are a small yet important aid for women who want […]

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Redesigning hospital rooms for improved patient experience, health

Redesigning hospital rooms for improved patient experience, health

| September 3, 2014

Hospital room design may impact more than just patient comfort. As the University Medical Center of Princeton discovered, it may also affect patients’ health. The hospital reimagined its patient rooms, as part of a new hospital, and found that the redesign led to a particularly startling side affect: patients requested 30 percent less pain medication, reports the […]

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The key to a healthy workplace? A good boss

The key to a healthy workplace? A good boss

| July 18, 2014

What do people want in a boss? It’s an important question for employees and employers alike – especially since bad bosses may jeopardize one’s health. And too many Americans say they serve under poor leadership. In fact, around three-quarters of U.S. workers consider their boss the worst part of their daily work grind, according to USA […]

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Is your open-plan office hurting your health?

Is your open-plan office hurting your health?

| March 5, 2014

Set aside the hand sanitizer for a moment: though prevailing office etiquette suggests sniffly coworkers are the greatest germ-carrying risk, a recent study out of Sweden finds that office design and layout has an unexpected relationship to employee sick time. As EHS Today reports, the study, titled “Office Design’s Impact on Sick Leave Rates,” considered […]

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