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April 2019 Archives

Root Insurance studies distracted driving trends

Smartphones and other mobile devices are a major source of distraction for drivers in New Jersey as elsewhere in the U.S. Root Insurance, an insurer that provides incentives to drivers who avoid phone use, has recently made known the results of its second annual distracted driving study, and they show that distractions are becoming a nationwide road safety issue.

Prolonged screen use could injure the eyes of office workers

When people in New Jersey think about on-the-job hazards to eyes, they might imagine the risks faced by welders, construction workers or people who handle caustic chemicals. Although such occupations create risky conditions that result in thousands of eye injuries every year, people working on computers could experience eye injuries as well.

Whiplash from a car accident may immobilize a victim for weeks

Car accidents can leave victims with many injuries, ranging from minor scrapes and bruises to severed limbs. It is always a good idea for any victim of a car accident to undergo a compete medical examination as soon as possible. In some cases, victims who do not feel any serious injuries at the scene of the accident may discover that they have injuries that have not yet caused pain.

New Jersey Car Crashes Often Result from Distracted Driving

Distracted driving has become an epidemic, according to the Ohio State University Risk Institute. In order to reduce distracted driving and create a safer driving environment, the Institute has begun an initiative designed to coordinate the efforts of dozens of companies, governmental bodies and Institute researchers. The purpose of the newly launched initiative is to create actionable change that will reduce the number of injuries and fatalities caused by distracted driving.

Psychological factors can contribute to nurses' injuries

Fair treatment on the job could help to reduce the risk of physical harm to New Jersey nurses, according to one study. Researchers found that when nurses feel that they provide more support to others than they receive, they are at a greater risk for on-the-job injuries. The study measured several types of support, including help at work, advice and guidance or expressions of concern or empathy. One professor said that the physical demands of nursing work can combine with psychological stresses to make the job more burdensome. Nurses may find that their muscle and joint pain is exacerbated by feelings of anger.

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