https://au.fotolia.com/id/68355921 If your place of business allows smoke breaks in the building, here’s something to think about: a recent study reveals that compared to workers who don’t smoke, employees who sneak out for quick puffs work four less hours every week.
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https://au.fotolia.com/id/67773434 A report by Amy Corderoy for The Sydney Morning Herald says some workout supplements being sold in Australia may contain synthetic amphetamines and other stimulants. According to the Department of Health, much of the concern focuses on Acacia rigidula, an ingredient found in many health supplements today. Research has shown that Acacia rigidula actually…
Drink drivers have long been a problem everywhere, but in Western Australia’s the South West part of, drivers under the influence of ice while behind the wheel are, according to local police, are becoming a bigger problem that those who drive drunk.
The Fair Work Commission has ordered an employer sued for unfair dismissal to compensate a worker sacked for alcohol intoxication mainly because of its unclear drug and alcohol policy.
A man working at a pizza restaurant in West Springfield, Massachusetts appears headed for more trouble after getting caught bringing bottled urine to a court-ordered drug test, according to a report written by Jack Flynn for Mass Live.
We know cocaine to, affecting almost every essential organ of our body. The brain is one of those organs, and researchers from Harvard University have been the first to see the effect of cocaine on the brain according to William J. Cromie for The Harvard University Gazette.
AGL has announced that it will ramp up drug and alcohol testing among power station workers, according to an ABC report.
The world of sports has never been a stranger to drug-related controversies, but if Power CEO Keith Thomas gets his way, the Port Adelaide Football Club will never get caught up in anything like that.