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Dr. Jacob Schwarz, Director of the Spine Center and Assistant Professor of the Department of Neurological Surgery, speaks with Occupational Health about "text neck."
This issue includes:
Care Gap Alerts: Cervical Cancer with Dr. Ronald Alvarez
Don’t Let Heartburn Scorch Your Holidays
Hold the Stuffing Final Weigh-ins
Recipe: Pear and Goat Cheese Crostini
and much more!
Issue 366, 2016 December/2017 January (University Edition)
Can I get allergy shots at the Occupational Health Clinic? Yes! Your allergist will give your first shots in his/her office. When you have gotten to the maintenance dose of your medication, Occupational Health Clinic nurses can administer your shots.
If you think the employee has one of the following conditions, ask the employee to wear a surgical face mask and report to Occupational Health as soon as possible.
Whooping Cough (Pertussis)
Pink Eye (mask not needed)
It is recommended that people not be in the workplace when they have a fever and respiratory symptoms. You should let your employees know this recommendation and encourage them to use sick time when appropriate.