In addition to disease prevention, walking is attributed to better mood/sleep/memory, increased bone and muscle strength, and stress reduction.
Let’s take a look at some biological hazards workers may encounter during warmer months, or in warmer geographic locations, and what can be done to prevent illness and injury from these hazards
Depending on their geographic location, summertime can expose workers to physical hazards they don’t encounter at other times of the year. It is important for employers to recognize these hazards and mitigate risks associated with each of them by taking preventive, protective measures.
Natural sugars found in whole foods help fuel your body by providing energy for your body’s cells. Too much added sugar, on the other hand, can negatively impact your health and even contribute to a shortened lifespan.
Sodium is an essential nutrient for our bodies but consuming too much salt can have serious consequences. Increased sodium levels may cause you to retain water, leading to puffiness, bloating, and weight gain.