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September 2018 Archives

What do federal regulators want when it comes to scaffold safety?

Scaffolds are some of the most useful -- and dangerous -- devices you'll find at a Pennsylvania construction site. These devices allow workers to perform tasks at great, multi-story heights, while they benefit from a secure and stable working surface. Nevertheless, any time a worker is more than six feet off the ground, he or she runs the risk of falling and suffering from a life-threatening injury.

What’s the best treatment of a high ankle sprain?

A high ankle sprain is a serious injury that can drag on for many months, especially if you don't receive the proper medical attention. Furthermore, a lack of treatment increases the likelihood of the injury causing additional concerns in the future.

Proving that your repetitive motion injury is disabling may hard

Whether you work in an administrative position, are a bartender or are an X-ray technician, you likely engage in repetitive motions each day on the job. Repeating the same tasks over and over again can cause tendons, bones or muscles to be overused, resulting in repetitive stress injuries such as bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome or tendonitis. These chronic conditions can make it difficult for you to continue working in the same capacity that you once did.

Annual event raises money for families of fallen linemen

Power linemen have among the most dangerous jobs a person could do. They work at considerable heights on power lines, regularly in extreme weather. Sometimes they are out trying to repair storm-damaged power lines while the storms are ongoing. These are high voltage power lines, so a mistake or mishap can be fatal. One estimate puts the number of fatalities per 100,000 power linemen at 21.5. Too many families lose loved ones due to power line accidents.

Individuals with multiple sclerosis may qualify for disability

If you were to meet several multiple sclerosis (MS) patients and interview them about their symptoms, then you'd find out that their experiences with the disease are quite varied. Diagnosing patients with MS is difficult as the symptoms that a patient experiences and the trajectory of the illness vary from person to person. How the disease develops is largely contingent upon the type of MS that a patient is diagnosed with.

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