When an Iowa resident incurs an injury on the job, he or she usually does not consider the possibility of developing a secondary condition. However, sometimes workers may develop tetanus.
The holidays can be some of the busiest and most stressful times for workers. December is the month where many businesses expect to sell the most of their products before enjoying those couple of days off and celebrating the end of the year.
Sometimes dangers in your home lurk in places where you may not see them. One such danger is black mold, which can grow in any home in Iowa. According to Healthline, black mold produces mycotoxins, which release into the air as spores. These toxins may cause mycotoxicosis or mold poisoning. There are many symptoms that may result from exposure to black mold. Typically, those who have allergies or asthma respond most severely to exposure.
Snow is beginning to fall in Iowa. While it might be less than in inch on some nights, it will not take long before the roads could get covered in feet of a wintry wonderland. To make sure thousands of drivers are able to manage in these conditions, the snowplow drivers have received their proper training at this point to be ready on a moment's notice.
Some work injuries can be complex. Since injuries due to your working conditions or that are otherwise related to your work duties in Iowa, you need to understand how your injury impacts you. Tinnitus may seem fairly simple on the surface, but as explained by Psychology Today, it is actually more complicated.
When you think of getting injured on-the-job, you may think of broken bones, lacerations, slip-and-fall incidents and other physical injuries that may occur as a result of an accident. Many people do not consider stress, anxiety, depression and other psychological ailments a workplace injury and therefore eligible for workers’ compensation benefits. Yet, psychological injuries can inhibit a person’s ability to work, and, in some cases, can lead to long-term illness. Stress, anxiety and depression can also manifest into physical problems, including elevated blood pressure, heart disease, headaches, weight gain and insomnia.