Workplace Health News
Sitting: A Workplace Health Crisis
Alexa Pozniak and Ginger Boermeester from Life-Cycle Wellness explain how to combat the negative effects of sitting for long periods of time.
OSHA : North Dakota Oil Worker Killed in Crane Accident
The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration says a worker was killed after being struck by a crane boom at an oil well site in western North Dakota
1 Killed, 3 Hurt in Oil Well Explosion in North Dakota
Officials say a man has died and three others were injured in an oil well explosion in western North Dakota
Seasonal Farmworkers Face Uphill Battle for Health Insurance
The health care law requires that even season farmworkers in the United States legally get health insurance, but reaching them is an uphill battle
Seasonal Farmworkers Face Battle to Get Health Insurance
The health care law requires that even season farmworkers in the United States legally get health insurance
Uphill Battle to Get Seasonal Farmworkers Health Insurance
Even seasonal agriculture workers are required to have health insurance, but reaching them can be an uphill battle.
New Calls to Regulate the Weight of Runway Models
Public health experts are calling for U.S. officials to follow France in establishing guidelines for models' weight.
Salon Where Worker Died in Cryotherapy Machine Shut Down
The Las Vegas salon where a 24-year-old woman died in a cryotherapy machine has been closed as her relatives are asking questions about the way in which she died. Chelsea Ake-Salvacion was found dead in the machine, police said, and authorities said they believe that there was no foul play involved
40 People, Mostly Kids, Sick After Visiting Northern California Water Park
A water park in northern California is closed after dozens of people there became sick Thursday afternoon, officials said. Seventeen people, mostly children, were transported to the hospital and released after they went to the Prewett Family Park in Antioch, California; another 23 were treated