Concerns About Working Overtime May Be Misplaced - News
Concerns About Working Overtime May Be Misplaced
Mon, 19 Feb 2007 02:00 PM EST
... Although working very long hours is linked to an increased risk of certain types of health and safety problems for particular groups of industrial employees, other factors such as previous health problems have a much stronger effect on overall health, safety, and productivity, suggests a study in the [click link for full article] ...
- Working Mothers
- Complications from medications. In particular, amphotericin B may cause fever, chills, and nausea while it is being given, and may cause abnormal kidney tests after many doses.
- Infection of nails may cause nails to become oddly shaped and may cause infection around the nail
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- There may be delayed radiation effects after radiosurgery, including nerve damage, loss of hearing, and paralysis of the face.
- Eye muscle problems that may require several surgeries, which can have complications
- The signs and symptoms related to the central nervous system may be irreversible if treatment is not begun within 6 months of when these symptoms begin.
- Vitamin B12 affects cells that form the outer surface of the body and line inner passageways (epithelial cells). Therefore, a lack of B12 may cause a falsely abnormal Pap smear.
- Chronic bursitis may occur.
- The cancer may come back (recur) after treatment.
- A secondary infection of the blisters may occur.