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Critical Steps to Take Immediately After a Work-Related Injury
Critical Steps to Take Immediately After a Work-Related Injury

Despite safety regulations and laws designed to keep workers safe, unfortunately, not every accident can be avoided. If you recently sustained a work-related injury , your focus should be on recovering. Let us handle the medical paperwork related to your workers’ ...

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  • Critical Steps to Take Immediately After a Work-Related Injury

    Despite safety regulations and laws designed to keep workers safe, unfortunately, not every accident can be avoided. If you recently sustained a work-related injury , your focus should be on ...

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  • Read This Before You Exercise Outside in the Winter

    There are two things you always hear when people talk about living a healthy lifestyle — diet and exercise. However, there are a few times when exercising can actually do more harm than good. When is ...

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  • The Link Between Shoveling and Heart Attacks

    With icy roads outside and the flu lurking around every corner, it’s no surprise that Urgent Care facilities and Emergency Rooms are more crowded in the winter. But what may surprise you is the spike ...

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  • Caring for Your Health All Winter Long

    Does it ever feel like you get sick every December or January? While cold weather is a factor, it’s not solely to blame for the high number of winter illnesses. Rather, the real risk is germs and a ...

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  • 5 Ways to Stay Healthy During the Hustle and Bustle of the Holiday Season

    We hate to say it, but the most wonderful time of year is also one of the most unhealthy. From crazy travel schedules to crowded living rooms, it’s easy to get sick during the hustle and bustle of the ...

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  • How to Protect Yourself Against the Flu

    Each year, as much as 20% of the U.S. population will get the flu. While that may not seem like a high percentage at first, it represents more than 65 million Americans. And though outlets often talk ...

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