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April 2018 Archives

Helping construction workers avoid on-the-job injuries

No one understands the dangers of Charlotte construction work than the men and women who are out there wearing hardhats every day. They understand that one false move can result in serious injuries to themselves, co-workers or members of the public.

Researchers link depression to genetic causes

It has long been a mystery why some families are more likely to have some of their members struggle with mental illness than other families. Science might be one step closer to a fuller understanding of mental health issues after discovering that nearly 80 genes are linked to depression.

Teen driver charged in head-on Gaston County collision

A short drive west of Charlotte will land you in Gaston County, site of a recent deadly car crash. According to the North Carolina Highway Patrol, a 16-year-old has been charged with misdemeanor death by vehicle and careless and reckless driving and booked into jail.

Top three most common workplace injuries

When you walk or drive around Charlotte, you see a wide and varied business community ranging from convenience stores to high-end restaurants, from manufacturing facilities to grocers, shoe stores, offices and many more. Each business is staffed, and each of those employees is, to one degree or another, at risk of being injured on the job.

Author: Your job is killing you

It isn't just that your boss is demanding and that the hours at your Charlotte job are long and hard. It isn't just that you are expected to do a lot for the company while getting little in return. It isn't just that you have little control over what you do at work or how you do it. It's all of that and more.

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