Occupational health - what's age got to do with it?

Anna Kelsey-Sugg

For men and women entrance to mid-life will affect them - at home and at work - in different ways. Occupational medicine can help.

As a generation of baby boomers hits middle-age, particular physical changes which can present problems are often not addressed at the root of the issue. Occupational medicine can provide help for people progressing through this period when emotionsal boundaries can inhibit maintaining a job or entering the workforce for the first time. At middle age, "Men and women both experience physical and psychological changes signalling th...

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Published 15 January, 2009 | Updated 20 January, 2009