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Month: July 2016

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Fractured wrists are a fairly common injury in car accidents. Most of the time, they occur when the airbag deploys and forces your hands away from the steering wheel. The pressure and potential shrapnel from the wheel can fracture or even break your wrists, leaving you to deal with the painful aftermath. So just how…

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Certain working conditions in Missouri may exacerbate your chances of developing or catching different types of diseases. These illnesses, when caused by your work environment, are called occupational diseases and can greatly diminish your quality of life if left unidentified or untreated. But just how many types of occupational diseases are there? According to the…

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The portion of the Missouri workforce that drives forklifts should be acutely aware of operation risks. You must be prepared for any number of accidents when you use this heavy piece of machinery, and you should also know how to mitigate damage that might come from any resultant accidents. One of the most common types…

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Missouri workers who deal with heavy equipment or fast machinery have to worry about the possibility of receiving a crush injury. These injuries can be very damaging to the body and require quick treatment in order to mitigate the potential of long-lasting damage. Crush injuries can manifest in many ways. They can include compartment syndrome,…

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