Repeated Annual Health risk Assessments with Intervention did not Reduce 10-year Cardiovascular Disease risk: A 4-year Longitudinal study in 13737 Financial Sector Employees.

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To determine if repeat annual health risk assessments (RAHRAs) with intervention reduce 10-year cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk in financial sector employees.Retrospective analysis from RAHRAs in 13737 employees over 4-years. We […]

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A Health Surveillance Study of Workers employed at a Copper Smelter – Effects of Long-Term Exposure to Copper on Lung Function using Spirometric Data.

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Significantly lower permissible occupational exposure limits for copper dust are being discussed in Europe and other jurisdictions. However, little data is published on exposures in occupational settings and copper specific […]

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Association between the Physical Work Environment and Work functioning Impairment While Working from Home Under the COVID-19 Pandemic in Japanese Workers.

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To examine the relationship between the physical work environment and work function while working from home (WFH).A cross-sectional study was conducted. Data from 5,760 workers who worked from home at […]

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Digital mHealth Interventions for Employees: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of their Effects on Workplace Outcomes.

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To justify the capital investment, employers require proof of benefit of digital mHealth beyond symptomatic improvement.A systematic review and meta-analysis were conducted to identify studies investigating digital mHealth interventions for […]

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Mediating Effects of Work Eudemonic Well-being for the Association Between Psychosocial Work Environment and Overall Eudemonic Well-being Among Japanese Workers: A Cross-sectional Study.

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This study aimed to investigate the mediating effects of eudemonic well-being (EWB) at work for the associations between psychosocial work environment (PWE) and overall EWB among Japanese workers.We conducted a […]

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Coronavirus Disease 2019 Exposure in Surgeons and Anesthesiologists at a New York City Specialty Hospital: A Cross-Sectional Study of Symptoms and SARS-CoV-2 Antibody Status.

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We measured the seroprevalence of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2) immunoglobulin G (IgG) antibodies among surgeons and anesthesiologists and associated antibody status with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) clinical illness.A […]

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Determining the Costs of Low-Back Pain Associated Sick Leave in the Dutch Workforce in the Period 2015 to 2017.

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To investigate the costs of low-back pain associated sick leave of workers in the Netherlands from 2015 to 2017.We used longitudinal data form a large occupational health service regarding sick […]

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Direct Exposure of Welders to Welding Fumes and Effect of Fume Extraction Systems Under Controlled Conditions.

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Welding fume exposure of welders occurs either directly from the welding process and sputters or from the fume background within the workshop. In this study the contribution of fume originating […]

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Weather and COVID-19 Deaths During the Stay-at-Home Order in the United States.

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To estimate the association between weather and COVID-19 fatality rates during US stay-at-home orders.With a county-level longitudinal design, this study analyzed COVID-19 deaths from public health departments’ daily reports and […]

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Absenteeism-Related Wage Loss Associated With Multimorbidity Among Employed Adults in the United States.

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To estimate the incremental absenteeism-related wage loss associated with multimorbidity and examine the influence of paid sick leave policy (PSLP) on multimorbidity-associated absenteeism wage loss.We used the Medical Expenditure Panel […]

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How robust is the association between youth unemployment and later mental health? An analysis of longitudinal data from English schoolchildren.

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Several studies show that youth unemployment is associated with worse mental health later in life. However, existing studies report results for only one model, or a few models, and use […]

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Occupational radiation exposure and cancer incidence in a cohort of diagnostic medical radiation workers in South Korea.

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We investigated the association between protracted low-dose ionising radiation and the risk of cancer in medical radiation workers, the largest group of workers with occupational radiation exposures.Data of all South […]

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Serological study of healthcare workers in four different hospitals in Madrid (Spain) with no previous history of COVID-19.

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Healthcare workers (HCWs) have been one of the most severely affected groups during the COVID-19 pandemic, though few studies have sought to determine the rate of undiagnosed cases among this […]

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Associations between workplace characteristics and ‘outness’ in LGBTI workers in Austria.

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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) individuals are often subjected to negative attitudes in the workplace, which may lead to non-disclosure of their sexual orientation and/or gender identities. We […]

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Physical Activity Participation After a 16-Week Supervised Workplace Exercise RCT With a 15-Month Follow-Up.

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To investigate the effects of exercise supervision on short- and longer-term moderate-vigorous physical activity (MVPA) participation.Fifty-six Australian university employees completed a 16-week moderate-to-high intensity aerobic and resistance exercise intervention and […]

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Prevention, Medical Management and Adjudication of Workplace Injuries: A Thirty-Two Year Follow-up of an Integrated Workers’ Compensation Program.

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Describe the cost outcomes of an integrated workers’ compensation program.We studied a population that increased from 20K to 59K, incurring 8,807 lost time claims between 1988 and 2020.Lost-time claims decreased […]

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The Correlation between COVID-19 Activities and Climate Factors in Different Climate Types Areas.

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To investigate the epidemiological characteristics of human infection with COVID-19 in Moscow, Lima, Kuwait and Singapore, to analyze the effects of climate factors on the incidence of COVID-19.Collect the daily […]

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Organizational Justice and Cognitive Failures in Japanese Employees: A Cross-Sectional Study.

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We examined the association of organizational justice (i.e., procedural justice and interactional justice) with cognitive failures, and the mediation effect of psychological distress on this association in Japanese employees.A total […]

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Proposed Framework for Considering SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Testing of Unexposed Asymptomatic Workers in Selected Workplaces.

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To propose a framework for considering SARS-CoV-2 antigen testing of unexposed asymptomatic workers in selected workplaces.This is a commentary based on established occupational safety and health principles, published articles, and […]

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SARS-CoV-2 IgG response in symptomatic and asymptomatic COVID-19-infected healthcare workers.

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Healthcare workers (HCWs) accounted for a significant proportion of COVID-19 infections worldwide. Retrospective seroprevalence surveys are often used to screen for unidentified previous infection with SARS-CoV-2. However, the rate of […]

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