May 8, 2016

Updating Workplace Ergonomics for Today's Economy

We've heard a lot about "workplace ergonomics" in recent years, but with the economy changing -- more people are working from home, whether by choice or their employers' decisions to "go virtual," -- maybe it's time to acknowledge the obvious: It's just as easy to injure yourself no matter where you physically work.
Think about it: When it comes to a wide range of musculoskeletal injuries caused by stress to the joints from repetitive tasks, overuse of muscles and poor posture, what's the difference if you're slumping in front of an office computer or a home laptop? Or lifting heavy cartons onto the back of a delivery truck or your closet shelf?
As the Society for Human Resource Management advises: "Employees who work from home or travel for work should be taught to assess their ad-hoc workplaces for ergonomic risks."
If you are hurting, doctors of chiropractic -- who have a minimum of seven years of higher education -- focus on structure and function. They care for pain syndromes with a drug-free approach that includes spinal manipulation and exercises to help stretch out and strengthen core muscles.

3 Reasons Why You Should Consider an IRA

April 18 is the deadline to file income tax returns with the federal government this year. But tax day is another important deadline: Up until then, workers can still make contributions to their individual retirement accounts (IRAs) for the previous year. And, IRAs offer a great tax-advantaged savings opportunity.
Here are three reasons why you should consider an IRA as a valuable tool for your retirement savings:
1. Traditional IRAs provide all workers, regardless of income, with access to tax incentives to save for retirement. Tax deferral helps workers build a nest egg over time by putting off taxes on your investment earnings until you retire. Contributing to an IRA is a great way to invest and build retirement savings.
2. The flexible structure of IRAs provides Americans with choices when it comes to their retirement savings. For example, workers decide how much they want to contribute and when. Workers who are age 49 and younger currently can contribute up to $5,500 to their IRAs, and workers 50 and older can contribute up to $6,500. IRA contributions can be made at any time during the year. Workers who meet certain qualifications may decide to open a Roth IRA. Unlike traditional IRAs, workers pay tax when they make contributions into Roth IRAs and pay no taxes on qualified withdrawals in retirement.

Nov 6, 2015

Athula Adhikari & Amaya

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Oct 28, 2015

Nopenena Manaya

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Oct 26, 2015

Wasantha Soiza

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Oct 24, 2015

Dasun-Shanudri Love Story

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Mar 11, 2015

Boko Haram kid hostages 'overlooked names'

Around 80 kids protected from a Boko Haram camp in Cameroon can't recall their own particular names or sources, as per a help official who went to them.

The kids - matured somewhere around 5 and 18 - did not talk English, French or any nearby dialects, says Christopher Fomunyoh, a chief for the US-based National Democratic Institute (NDI).

The kids were found at a camp in northern Cameroon in November.

Nigeria-based Boko Haram aggressors have augmented their fight into Cameroon.