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Work Related Pain - Pain Management - painHEALTH

Work related pain means pain that occurs as a direct result of work (such as an injury at work), or pain that affects your work performance.

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Work-related stress - Better Health Channel

Work-related stress causes an increase in sick days and absenteeism, a higher turnover of staff and a drop in productivity.

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Attention and concentration problems - Synapse

A brain injury can affect attention or concentration abilities, leading to problems with work, study and everyday living.

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Eye Injuries in the Workplace | myVMC

Eye injuries in the workplace: There are a range of agents found in workplaces that can cause eye diseases, disorders or injuries. While many of these agents are often also found in everyday living environments, exposure at dangerous levels is most likely to occur in the workplace.

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Disabled, ill or injured and looking for work - Services Australia

We provide financial support and help to people with disability, illness or injury. This support can help you study or find and keep a job.

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Falls prevention

NSW Health is committed to preventing falls and fall related injury.

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Farming can be dangerous | National Centre for Farmer Health

Farming can be dangerous, farmers have a higher risk of experiencing a serious or fatal workplace injury and other health conditions. Some of the challenges for farm men and women are that they often live and work at the same place. Read more...

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Alcohol: The health, social, and financial burden | myVMC

Various cultures may have very different attitudes, beliefs, norms and expectancies about drinking and this is reflected in the behaviours of their drinkers. In Western societies, beliefs about alcohol are inconsistent and sometimes negative and therefore alcohol is associated with problems such as anti-social and violent behaviour. That said, alcohol-related problems are associated with excessive drinking in any culture. In general, the majority of people consume alcohol in moderation.

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About Pain - Pain Management - painHEALTH

Learn about pain to understand what it is, how it is triggered and how you can work through your pain to identify the right co-management treatment plan

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Children in the long term after a disaster or traumatic event - Emerging Minds

Children in the long term after a disaster or traumatic event Emerging Minds, Australia, 2019 Related to Natural disasters, Preparing for natural disasters, Trauma, Loss and grief, Trauma, bereavement, loss and grief Watch Video This video, featuring child psychotherapist Ruth Wraith, discusses some of the ways disaster can affect childrens long-term development and behaviours

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