November 16, 1994
Anyone can get hand eczema at any time, but it is most likely to occur in people who are genetically pre-disposed, those who have wet-work jobs, those exposed to irritating or allergy-producing substances.
Despite taking every precaution, some individuals seem to develop a sensitivity to air contaminants, making it difficult for them to work around vapors and dust by adopting a few sound occupational health practices
August 1, 1994
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome can ruin your health and your career, but not if you take preventive action now.
July 1, 1994
May 1, 1994
Alleviate back pain by practicing good posture and taking time to exercise
June 1, 1993
Manufacturers have created everything from padded armrest to ergonomic chairs so that nail technicians can work more effectively and pain-free.
May 1, 1993
Tired and cranky? Bothered by headaches, nausea, or blurred vision? It may be you’re sensitive to the chemicals you work with. Short of entering a plastic bubble, learn how to protect yourself from chemical overexposure.
April 1, 1992
Shaky hands may be the result of a medical condition or performance anxiety. If your doctor says you’re fine, then learn to relax and slow down.
August 1, 1991
Hunching over client’s nails eight hours a day can lead to neck stiffness and back pain. Here’s how to strengthen the muscles that hold you up.
June 1, 1991
Don’t let repetitive-motion injuries keep you from doing your job.
April 1, 1991
Protect your eyesight by changing the way you look at the workplace.
May 1, 1988
The FDA receives relatively few cosmetic-relatd consumer complaints; manufacturers aren't required to pass along complaints they receive.
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