April 4, 2018

New Study Links Depression and Fatigue to Higher Rates of Work Injuries in Women

A new study led by researchers from the Colorado School of Public Health recently revealed that women who suffer from depression, anxiety, and fatigue are more likely to get injured on the job. About 17,000 employees occupying a wide range of professions were included in the study published by the Journal of Occupational and Environmental…

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November 1, 2012

Hospital Study Shows Surgical Students Fatigued Resulting in a Danger to Patients

An alarming study published in the professional medical journal, Archives of Surgery, examined the amount of fatigue and sleeplessness among surgeons and found that surgical residents spend half of the time they are awake at less than 80% of their mental capacity. Moreover, the study also reveals that during at least one-third of the time,…

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