Oilfield workers and those working on offshore oil rigs are often subject to physically demanding work and dangerous working conditions.
Mylan today issued a statement announcing that it is taking immediate action to increase access to EpiPen® Auto-Injectors by expanding already existing programs in recognition of those patients who are facing the burden of higher out-of-pocket costs, reducing direct patient costs and increasing eligibility for patient assistance programs for uninsured and under-insured patients.
In an August 22, 2016, New York Times article, Tara Parker-Pope and Rachel Rabkin Peachman reported on the steep increase in the price of the EpiPen, a lifesaving injection device for people with severe allergies, and the outrage these price increases have caused with consumers and lawmakers.
Although most of us take good vision for granted, organizations like Prevent Blindness tell us that every day, over 2,000 people damage their eyes at work.
Unfortunately, traumatic brain injuries often develop from some of the same extremely negative events that lead to so many spinal cord injuries. Both of these major insults to the human body are often caused by motor vehicle crashes, industrial incidents, oilfield incidents, falls, acts of violence, and sports injuries.