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  • Back Cause
    455 words
    The other night I was takin the trash out. I heard ol' Bessie, my cow carry in on like there was a snake in her pin. I ran over and I said "Bessie, you best hush up!" That's when I seen it. It was a round hunk of metal flyin through the sky. At first I thought it was the top of my grain bin. That's where I've been keepin my manure that I use on m'gardern. I thought to myself "Oh Boy! Someone's done thrown a match in there. That's when this little green light shot right down from it and burn up m...
  • Back Pain And Arm And Hand Pain
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    Ergonomics involves designing workplaces and work tools to be used easily, efficiently and effectively by people. The overall goal is to promote health and productivity in the workplace. Where ergonomic principles are not applied, chronic musculoskeletal disorders such as tendinitis of the arm and hand, eyestrain injury and back injuries may be common. Most people are concerned when they cannot use parts of the body like they know they should be able to use them. People are often unaware of ways...
  • Major Cause Of Heartburn
    602 words
    Heartburn and Gallstones Heartburn is the inflammation of the esophagus. It is also known as pyrosis. The major cause of heartburn is reflux. This is when the esophagus bottom edges are not tightly shut, and acid moves form the stomach up into the esophagus. Hiatus Hernia's also cause heartburn. This also occurs when the ends of the esophagus are not shut, and the stomach lining moves up the esophagus. There are many other causes of heartburn, some of which being: obesity, drinking hot or cold b...
  • Lifting Task Above The Al O Lifting
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    INDEX PAGE INTRODUCTION 3 ERGONOMICS 4 OBJECTIVES OF ERGONOMICS 4 RESULTS OF ERGONOMIC APPLICATIONS 5 THE BACK STRUTURE 6 BACK AND BACK PROBLEMS 6 Back injuries 6 Causes of back injuries 7 The following are common causes of back injuries: - 7 Back injury prevention 8 Back injury-preventative techniques 8 Techniques 9 Strategies 9 ORIGINAL LIFTING MODEL 10 Strain index (SI) = 10 Action limit 11 Maximum permissible limit 11 Administrative controls 12 Engineering controls 12 Limitations of the NIOS...
  • Head Yank Bend Enemy
    676 words
    Sometimes when you are threatened with physical violence, a weapon to defend yourself with is not always available. Your hands, however, are always with you, and can be as lethal as any weapon. Below are a list of attacks that police are instructed not employ, as they may prove deadly. 1. TEMPLE - A very susceptible vital spot. If struck with sufficient force, may cause unconsciousness or death. 2. NASION - This is the summit of the nose. If struck with sufficient force may cause death. 3. PHILT...
  • Cheerleaders Backs
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    Many sports have revolutionized over past years, but none more so than the sport of cheerleading. Cheerleading is simply not what it used to be. Today's cheerleaders look more like professional gymnasts performing daring and risky routines. Cheerleading demands a healthy athlete, but as the stunts and tumbling being performed require more skill and athleticism, more injuries are occurring. Over 50 percent of serious injuries that occur in female athletes are due to the sport of cheerleading. Som...

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