Whiplash patients who are treated too aggressively right after being injured may actually take longer to recover than those who get less treatment. That’s the conclusion of a recently published study by Institute Scientist Dr. Pierre Côté.
Is wearing a back belt really effective in preventing and/or reducing occupational low-back pain? According to a new systematic review by researchers at the Institute for Work & Health, there is limited evidence to support their use.
Non-standard work arrangements have always existed in the service industry. But certain aspects of non-standard work are becoming common in the highly-paid, high- tech sector, too, according to Institute researcher Dr. Ellen MacEachen.