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OSHA REPORTING REQUIREMENTS CHANGED FOR FATALITIES AND SEVERE INJURIES

Under the revised rule, employers will be required to notify OSHA of work-related fatalities within eight hours, and work-related in-patient hospitalizations, amputations or losses of an eye within 24 hours. 219 more words

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Hang on to Your Livers! Or Mine?

Hi.  Do whatever you want with your Livers or mine.  Mine’s up to me.  And mine?

I blew a week of sobriety tonight.  And Outpatient Group is tomorrow. 582 more words

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I'm Running Towards Nuthin'

They’re gonna love me when I go for my appt. for my Addition Treatment. On Tuesday.

“When was your last drink?”

So far, today. I’m sitting here with some of it left. 206 more words

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Hospitalizations, deaths from heart disease, stroke drop in last decade

http://ift.tt/1w7gOI0 U.S. hospitalizations and deaths from heart disease and stroke dropped significantly in the last decade, according to new research. Furthermore, risks of dying for people who went to the hospital within a year decreased about 21 percent for unstable angina, 23 percent for heart attacks and 13 percent for heart failure and stroke.

Nothing Like Humiliation to Make You Sober?

Hopefully? I’m pretty sure definitely because it was NOT PRETTY.

Allergies can remain dormant for a long time. The humiliation? I thought I’d try having some beer again after it made me so sick a couple of years ago. 321 more words

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When IS Rock Bottom?

Hopefully you can try and follow this Post because it will not be written so well.  Brief too.  Sickness.  Oh, sickness.

How many times do you say you’ve hit “Rock Bottom” when you’re really just sinking further and further down the ocean.   749 more words

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Darling, Can't You Hear Me SOS?

It’s now been officially a week since I have been admitted to Johns Hopkins. Although Rave and I both had tingly spidey-senses that a hospital trip was close at hand, we had no idea what we were in for. 427 more words

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