Desk job causing you pain or discomfort? 3 ergonomic office hacks to keep your body healthy at work

Have back pain, symptoms of carpal tunnel, or muscle discomfort — and sit at a desk all day? Here's how office workers can protect their bodies and health.

Can you get fired for your political views? Know your rights.

Keep your politics from hurting you at work.
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Which Jobs Are Most Dangerous? These Are the 10 Riskiest U.S. Professions.

Healthcare, law enforcement and anything involving a car can be risky business.
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Woman Who Called Herself "Tiger Whisperer" Mauled to Death by a Tiger

But it could've been avoided.
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Tyson Factory Workers Average One Amputation a Month So You Can Have Your Chicken Nuggets

Vegetarianism, here we come.

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What Working Long Hours Actually Does to Your Body

Science has bad news for people who work long hours.
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What's That in the Water? Exxon Mobile Dumps Toxic Waste in Pennsylvania

The human cost of fracking has yet to become fully clear, in part because of industry hush-ups. This is especially clear through the actions of XTO, an ExxonMobil subsidiary.
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9/11 2013: WTC Responders Deserve Free Cancer Treatment

Until research definitely concludes there is no link between the WTC debris and cancer, the safest option is for the government to continue covering the health costs for those exposed.
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These Walmart Workers Were Fired For Taking a Break in 90-Degree Heat, and Now They're Fighting Back

Recent suspensions of warehouse employees by Walmart reveal that terrible conditions aren't just commonplace, but being covered up. Protests are now bringing this to mainstream attention.
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GMO Ingredients Could Be In Everything Following Major U.S. EU Trade Deal

The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership is hitting roadblocks due to Europe's concerns overGMO food. But science should win out over fear-mongering.

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Detroit is Bankrupt, But Building a $444 Million Stadium

Amidst bankruptcy and a state seizure of their city's finances, Detroit is still moving forward with plans to finance a $444 million hockey arena.
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Detroit Bankrupt: To See Detroit's Decline, Look at 40 Years Of Federal Policy

In 1960, the richest per capita city in America was Detroit. But 50 years of federal regulation changed Detroit from the richest city in America to a bankrupt ghost town.
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The Philippines Are Booming, But Can They Stay On Steady Ground?

The Philippine economy is booming, but is it sustainable? It must look into urgent problems it currently faces, such as unemployment and infrastructure development, to maintain this growth.

3 Worst Corporations Abusing Their Employees and You

Why stop at condemning sweatshops and other abuses aimed at workers when there are plenty of corporate super-powers abusing society as a whole?
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Bangladesh Factory Collapse: Boycott the Gap Or Primark, Not Bangladesh

In wake of the Rana Plaza collapse, rather than a blanket boycott of Bangladesh products, consumers should selectively target a handful of international retailers.

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3 Valentine's Day Gifts That Exploit Workers

Love is in the air on Valentine’s Day, but have you ever wondered how your gifts affected someone else?
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If We Fought For Our Freedoms Like We Fought For Our Instagram Privacy, Government Wouldn't Be So Corrupt

Backlash over Instagram's proposed Terms of Service change prompted them to change their tune in less than two days ... we should take this as a lesson in changing big government.