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industrial medicine

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(Medicine) the study and practice of the health care of employees of large organizations, including measures to prevent accidents, industrial diseases, and stress in the workforce and to monitor the health of executives
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TUESDAY, July 30, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- Workplace injuries severe enough to warrant more than a week away from work may increase the risk for death among workers, according to a study published online July 12 in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine.
Noisy jobs may be linked with high blood pressure and high cholesterol among workers, finds a new study in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine.
It was published in the (https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ajim.22833) American Journal of Industrial Medicine  on March 14.
The study, published last month in American Journal of Industrial Medicine , suggested lowering occupational noise pollution could bring a number of work-related health issues.
High blood pressure and high cholesterol are more common among workers exposed to loud noise at work according to a CDC study published this month in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine. Researchers at CDCs National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) also found that a quarter of U.S.
MD, director of ophthalmology at Childrens Hospital New Orleans has begun his two-year term as president of Orleans Parish Medical Society and has welcomed six new board members:Ann Borreson MD, LOTR, Ochsner Health System;John Heaton MD, MMM,chief medical officer, LCMC Health and Childrens Hospital New Orleans;William LaCorte MD, primary care/internal medicine, Ochsner Health System;Mehdi Qalbani MD, psychiatry/forensic psychiatry, Integrated Behavioral Health LLC;Michael Wheelis MD, FACEP, emergency/industrial medicine, West Jefferson Industrial Medicine; andShana Zucker, MD/MPH/MScandidate, Tulane University School of Medicine.
Zaridze, "Cancer mortality among women in the Russian printing industry," American Journal of Industrial Medicine, vol.
Hipkins, "Severe lead poisoning in the plastics industry: A report of three cases," American Journal of Industrial Medicine, vol.
Luce et al., "Sinonasal cancer, occupation, and tobacco smoking in European women and men," American Journal of Industrial Medicine, vol.
But, in February this year, researchers reported in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine that the all-causes death rate for World Trade Center rescue and recovery workers is about the same as the all-causes death rate for other adults.
5 March 2015 - US-based occupational medicine company Nova Medical Centers has acquired US-based medical centre Industrial Medicine, P.C.
Always curious, he expanded into industrial medicine, serving the needs of over 50 light- and heavy-manufacturing companies, with concerns ranging from preemployment determinations to on-the-job injuries to toxic chemical exposures.

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