10 Costly Truths, Consequences, and Realities of Job Burnout |
Simply tolerating burnout is not a fail-safe way to go.
Top 5 Clinical Consequences of Obesity
Being overweight puts dogs and cats at an increased risk for many serious health problems. An expert describes five common consequences of obesity.
Why is Growth Important In Business? 10 consequences if you don't grow
Why is growth important in business? It turns out there is a lot more to business growth than profits. Here's why growth is crucial to any business.
Reporter's Guide: The consequences of fire
Every 24 seconds, a fire department responds to a fire somewhere in the United States. Once a minute, a fire occurs in a structure. Although fire's toll has declined steadily over the past two decades, fire continues to cause major losses.
How Can Schools Be Voucherized? Let Us Count the Ways… and the Consequences
School privatization via vouchers has been endorsed by President Donald Trump. Private school vouchers are also a favorite cause of Vice President Mike Pence and the new Secretary of Education, Bet…
Weather and COPD: How to Combat the Devastating Consequences
Learn how varying weather conditions can directly impact the severity of your COPD symptoms, plus actionable techniques you can apply to combat the affects of weather
How To Deal With The Consequences Of Too Much Rainfall
Most vegetable growers prefer dryer over wetter springtime conditions, as too much rain can cause planting delays, waterlogged soils, fertilizer runoff, and more.
10 Disastrous Consequences Of Humans Importing Invasive Species
Comments We have all seen some animals outside of their natural, original habitat, whether knowingly - the lions in British zoos are hardly native to the land, despite being the national animal - or unknowingly - you may not know this, but rats are not actually native to Europe! Some species have been introduced, intentionally or not, in habitats and lands where they do not belong…
Consequence ft. Q-Tip
Consequence and Q-Tip on some throwback heat? Yes, please.
The Consequences of Hurricane Katrina!-How mold destroys artwork.
Posted by Scott Haskins on February 23, 2011 The stains seen on this engraving are from mold that grew on the paper after it got went during Hurricane Katrina. Although the mold is dry and dead the stains from infestation are very disfiguring and will darken with time. The darker the mold stains that develop are the harder they are to remove Four different kinds of mold are visible in colors of black, red, yellow and brown. Blotchy acid stains probably transferred from…
Available from Mehring Books: “Hurricane Katrina, social consequences and political lessons”
This pamphlet goes beyond the news accounts to uncover the deeper meaning of the destruction of an American city.
GOP’s Waterloo?: 10 Consequences from Repealing the ACA
President-elect Trump has said he wants to replace the ACA with something better, but neither he nor the GOP leadership are in sync on a plan. Using objective measures of coverage, this report identifies 10 major consequences of repealing the ACA without a replacement.
Why Ditching the Paris Climate Deal Could Have Significant Health Consequences
Experts have linked climate change to big health care challenges.
Cheap Gear, Pricey Consequences: One of the Most Important Lessons I've Learned
I have learned many lessons in my years as a professional photographer, but if there is one that really sticks out it is that every time I have gone for th
What Are the Consequences of Lying to the FBI?
While you might have the right to remain silent, you certainly don't have a right to lie to the police. State laws can vary when it comes to false statements, but lying during federal investigation is a felony carrying a...
US Practices 'Taking Out' Kim Jong-Un
The Trump Administration seems determined to provoke North Korea. Washington is sending over SEAL Team 6, Delta Forces, B-52s and B-1s, F-35s and more...
What are costs, consequences associated with misdiagnosed cellulitis?
Cellulitis is a common bacterial skin infection and a new study suggests misdiagnosis of the condition is associated with unnecessary hospitalizations and antibiotic use, as well as avoidable health care spending. Cellulitis leads to about 2.3 million emergency department visits annually in the United States and between 14 percent and 17 percent of those patients are admitted to the hospital.
What is the No. 1 Cause and the No. 1 Consequence of Wear?
Particles. Think about it. Tribological studies on wear-related machine failure rank particle-induced abrasion as the No. 1 cause of wear. This is often referred to as three-body abrasion, where parti
South Asia Institute: "Consequences and Responses: Lessons from and for Nepal"
For more information please contact the South Asia Institute Special Event
Back to School: How to talk about the consequences of social media activity
It’s easy to stress how important it is to talk to kids about social media and technology But it can be difficult to have that conversation, or even initiate it. Mary Egan, director of outreach for Rosecrance Health Network, stresses that parents need to take time to talk to their children about these issues. She said two of her favorite times to address the topics are at the dinner table and in the car. “Too often, communication wanes in the teen years, but…