A ruling in the opioid epidemic case against Johnson & Johnson in Oklahoma is expected Monday.
Coventry recently released part three of its Annual Drug Trends Series.
Jobs numbers were revised sharply down yesterday in new figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Endo Pharmaceuticals settled the cases against it originating from two Ohio municipalities for $10 million, plus $1 million worth of donated diabetes and allergy drugs.
NAIC released the report from its 2019 Summer National Meeting, which took place August 3rd-6th.
A new research paper published in this month’s edition of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine concluded that 15 or more physical therapy sessions in a workers’ comp claim is correlated with a four fold increase in the likelihood that the claim will result in six months or more of lost time.
A new study indicates that virtual reality can help in the treatment of chronic pain.
EHS Today is hosting a new webinar tomorrow, “Safety Incentives, Motivation, and Discipline: Balancing Legal and Practical Considerations to Boost Engagement and Drive Safety Culture.”