With internet technology advancing at a rapid pace, people who go online are increasingly susceptible to cybercrimes, including identity theft, stolen PINs, and hacking. As of 2012, approximately 73 percent of Americans have been victims of cybercrime, according to the Multi-State Information Sharing & Analysis …Continue Reading National Cyber Security Awareness Month
Alcohol misuse is a global problem that results in 2.5 million deaths each year and is a leading risk factor for premature mortality, disability, and poor health. Heavy alcohol use is also associated with social issues such as violence and crime, child neglect and abuse, …Continue Reading Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow: Alcohol Awareness Month
Every day, approximately 2,000 work-related eye injuries are reported for medical treatment. Depending on the nature of one’s job, these incidents may include; common eye injuries such as chemical burns, scratched eyes, and eye bleeding; computer vision syndrome; or contagious eye infections. Fortunately, 90 percent …Continue Reading Workplace Eye Wellness Month
Headlines of violence and crime appear in the media all too often, and it can be disturbing when those reports are close to home. Unfortunately, it’s a sad reality of the world we live in, so each of us needs to be aware of our …Continue Reading Don’t be a Victim – Crime Prevention and Safety Advice
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