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Sunday, 21-Sep-2014 15:47 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Investigators Say Overloaded Bins Caused Collapse - Yahoo News












But officials said they were planning to rebuild the manufacturing plant in Omaha. Investigators said the overloaded bins on the manufacturing plant's roof showed the company's disregard for employee safety. International Nutrition also received a repeat violation for allowing workers to use compressed air at more than 30 pounds per square inch. Many of the other cited violations were related to combustible dust hazards and failure to follow respiratory protection standards. <br>If you would like to read more: http://news.yahoo.com/investigators-overloaded-bins-caused-collapse-170445781.html





International Nutrition cited for safety, health violations | Local News - KETV Home





The company issued a statement Monday saying, "We especially disagree that Company officials knew of any condition, which could have contributed to the collapse of our building. None of the other citations relate, in any way, to the accident." OSHA has proposed penalties of $120,560 and placed the company in its Severe Violator Enforcement Program after its investigation into the collapse. Still, International Nutrition said, " We look forward to presenting the facts demonstrating our commitment to employee safety both before the January 20 accident and afterward. At the same time, we welcome the opportunity to work with OSHA to continue to improve employee safety at our facility." OSHA conducted its investigation in cooperation with several other governmental agencies and specialized companies including the City of Omaha and the Omaha Fire and Police Departments, as well as Urban Search and Rescue based in Lincoln. Engineering Specialists provided professional engineering assistance. <br>If you would like to read more: http://www.ketv.com/news/international-nutrition-cited-for-safety-health-violations/27069226



Thursday, 4-Sep-2014 12:03 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Best Iphone And Android Apps To Make Smokers Stop Smoking








Quitting Gradually or Abruptly: Which Is Better? | Dr. Daniel Seidman





This is because of the Nicotine that is a great stimulant. 2.) A way to relax Smoking, technically, should make you feel uncomfortable and uneasy but because you need to feed your nicotine addiction, smoking makes you feel relaxed and satisfied. 3.) No more dull moments This is one of the common excuses of smokers who tend to just smoke as soon as they are in public or they have nothing to do. <br>For full article: http://www.thebitbag.com/best-iphone-and-android-apps-to-make-smokers-stop-smoking/81417









The low rate of assistance was similar among all health professionals, except primary care doctors, who set a quit date for patients 60 percent of the time, according to the report. Being asked about smoking by more than one type of health care provider improves the likelihood that a patient will quit, the study authors noted. "We know that [health care] provider advice is one of the simplest and most important things to help a smoker to try to quit and stay quit. <br>For full article: http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=117351





Patients Could Use More Help Quitting Smoking - Lung Conditions Center: Pulmonary and Respiratory Information





Or is the smoker, instead, waiting to smoke again and holding out for the next puff? Suggesting to smokers, who often struggle with vague fears of quitting, that they gradually reduce smoking reinforces the widely prevalent ideas that they just have to want to quit, or try harder, or have more self-control to quit. These often unrealistic notions risk increasing smoker's frustration, isolation and despair. <br>For full article: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/daniel-seidman/addiction-and-recovery-_b_5522634.html

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Thursday, 4-Sep-2014 08:07 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Enriched Exercise May Help With Mild Memory Loss | Reuters












Zaldy Tan told Reuters Health. Tan, who was not involved in the study, is medical director of the Alzheimer's and Dementia Care Program at the University of California, Los Angeles. People with so-called mild cognitive impairment are at increased risk of developing Alzheimers disease and other forms of dementia. But past research shows that both exercise and mental stimulation can spur the brain to make new cells, which might reverse or delay mental decline, according to the study team. <br>For more details: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/06/24/us-exercise-memory-idUSKBN0EZ1V220140624





Mock training exercise attracts attention in Bracebridge





(Photo by Jennifer Bowman) MOCK CRASH Photos by Jennifer Bowman Paramedics tend to a mock disaster where a train hit a truck carrying toxic ammonia. Local volunteers acted as the victims while emergency crews responded as though it were a real disaster. The mock crash was a requirement to help the District of Muskoka, the hospital, area municipalities, emergency crews and agencies be prepared for a disaster. <br>For more details: http://www.muskokaregion.com/news-story/4598087-mock-training-exercise-attracts-attention-in-bracebridge/

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Wednesday, 3-Sep-2014 08:20 Email | Share | | Bookmark
‘nutrition Key To Recovery Of Kidney Patients’ - The Hindu: Mobi








To Improve School Nutrition, Involve Teachers and Parents - MedicineNet





Vidya Acharya Memorial Oration, 2014. Dr. Saxena was speaking at the second COREP, a conference of renal healthcare professionals, held at Madras Medical Mission on Saturday. She said that studies had shown that kidney patients with good nutrition were able to withstand stress far better, and those who were malnourished, had lower survival rates. There is an urgent need to both spread awareness on prevention, as well as control and reverse malnutrition, she said. <br>If you would like to read more: http://m.thehindu.com/news/cities/chennai/nutrition-key-to-recovery-of-kidney-patients/article6158416.ece/?secid=2780





Adding Added Sugars and Nutrition Facts





These melons will continue to ripen at room temperature. If you refrigerate a whole melon, it will lose flavor and may become rubbery. Once cut, store in the refrigerator. Lemons and limes: Best stored at room temperature because they can absorb fridge odors. Pineapple: Pineapples wont ripen any more once picked, so you can store them either at room temperature or in the refrigerator until used. <br>If you would like to read more: http://www.lakenewsonline.com/article/20140628/LIFESTYLE/140629475/-1/lifestyle









Its moderator and sometimes contributor is Lynn A. Kuntz, editor of Food Product Design. A lifetime of food-industry experience, first in the trenches and currently via the written word, has shaped her knowledge base and her opinionsand she's not afraid to use either of them. <br>If you would like to read more: http://www.foodproductdesign.com/blogs/food-science/2014/06/adding-added-sugars-and-nutrition-facts.aspx





Nutrition: Vitamins on trial : Nature News & Comment





For fund-raising events, they served healthy foods and beverages, awarded non-food prizes and had games such as a "prize walk" instead of a "cake walk." The researchers noted that schools actually made more money through healthy events such as jog-a-thons than carnivals with popcorn and pizza. There was a 30 percent decrease in the amount of unhealthy foods and beverages consumed by students at these schools during the study, compared to a 26 percent increase at other schools. The amount of healthy lunches students brought from home and other outside sources also increased at the intervention schools. "Schools are an ideal place for establishing lifelong healthy eating habits, but until now that's been easier said than done," study lead author Karen Coleman said in a Kaiser news release. <br>If you would like to read more: http://www.medicinenet.com/script/main/art.asp?articlekey=159708





Nutrition tip of the week: Where to store what foods - Lifestyle - The Lake News Online - Camdenton, MO





He also suggests that investigators use participants with similar baseline intakes. That could limit who the results apply to, but it would make data clearer. Measuring nutrient status presents additional challenges. Take calcium: the body carefully regulates blood levels, keeping them constant by pulling the mineral from bone when intake is low. <br>If you would like to read more: http://www.nature.com/news/nutrition-vitamins-on-trial-1.15459



Wednesday, 3-Sep-2014 05:56 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Tyler Morning Telegraph - Health Briefs: Gallbladder Disease Sem












Lunch will be served and free parking is available next to the ETMC Pavilion. The gate and building will open at 11:15 a.m. To preregister, call 866-333-ETMC and press 6. Asthma symposium to offer guideline-based care An asthma symposium for physicians, nurses, midlevel practitioners and respiratory therapists will be held from 8 a.m. <br>For the rest of the story, please visit http://www.tylerpaper.com/TP-Fit+City/201865/health-in-brief-gallbladder-health-seminar-asthma-symposium





Gallbladder: Function, Problems & Healthy Diet | LiveScience





Abscesses occur when the gallbladder becomes inflamed with pus. Gallstones can range in size from a grain of sand to a golf ball. View full size image Gallbladder surgery and removal When dealing with gallstones, doctors often recommend removing the gallbladder through surgery. <br>For the rest of the story, please visit http://www.livescience.com/42965-gallbladder.html

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