Comment on "HRCT/CT and Associated Spirometric Effects of Low Libby Amphibole Asbestos Exposure" by Lockey et al (2015)....
Integration seems to promote staff engagement in health protection and promotion, as well as to improve their understanding of the link between work and health.
Low estimated VO2max among workers with metabolic syndrome can be addressed, in part, by workplace interventions designed to increase fitness. This study identifies priority occupational groups for these interventions.
The use of psychotropic and opioid medications was associated with high workers' compensation costs and prolonged disability.
Smoking correction estimates derived from surveys of smoking habits in prevalent workers may introduce bias when applied to incidence workers because of very different proportions of short-tenure workers (length-time biased sampling).