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Atlas Collection Image
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PictionID:55954377 – Catalog:14_038395.tif – Title:GD/Astronautics Details: Analog Computer Lab; Borrowing Console Date: 03/08/1958 – Filename:14_038395.tif – —- Images from the Convair/General Dynamics Astronautics Atlas Negative Collection. The processing, cataloging and digitization of these images has been made possible by a generous National Historical Publications and Records grant from the National Archives and Records Administration—Please Tag these images so that the information can be permanently stored with the digital file.—Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum

Image from page 19 of “The chemist and druggist [electronic resource]” (1859)
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Identifier: b19974760M7043
Title: The chemist and druggist [electronic resource]
Year: 1859 (1850s)
Authors: UBM
Subjects: Pharmacy Drug Industry
Publisher: London : Morgan Brothers UBM
Contributing Library: Wellcome Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Wellcome Library

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worse by work, these injuriesplague those who find themselves doing thesame manoeuvre over and over, such as using acomputer mouse or typing. Uncomfortable working postures or working inan awkward position and poor workingenvironment and organisation, such as badlighting, work pressure or lack of breaks, can alsocontribute to these sorts of strains. It is also important to point out thatorganisational factors such as high workloads, tight deadlines, and lack of control of the workcan increase the risk of back or upper limbproblems because stress can cause more tensionin the muscles. According to the NHS, one in 50 workers in theUK has reported some sort of RSI and a diagnosiscannot always be made. Carpal tunnel syndrome,tendonitis and writers cramp are among theconditions that can occur or be made worse bywork, often through use of computers. The key with RSI is to get treatment as soon aspossible because, although initially the symptomsmay only happen while carrying out certain tasks

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5 key warning signs There may be problems in your pharmacy ifyou notice that staff: tI Take more time off for illness 2Report more injuries or pain anddiscomfort in the upper limbs 3V Modify their workstations or the toolsthey use ^L Appear reluctant to performparticular tasks Wear bandages or splints at work and ease off once relaxing at home, it canbecome more permanent and even irreversible. It is common for the problem to develop over along period of time and pharmacists should bequick to act if they have any symptoms. Your employer has a responsibility to perform riskassessments and put in place reasonablemeasures to reduce that risk as well as acting onany reports of ill health caused by work. This includes a legal duty to try to preventwork-related RSI and ensure that anyone whoalready has the condition does not get any worse. RPSCB president Steve Churton says:Employers are responsible for the safety of theirstaff and we expect them to ensure that theworking environment is as

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Image from page 67 of “U and I” (1921)
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Identifier: ui1986univ
Title: U and I
Year: 1921 (1920s)
Authors: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University High School
Subjects: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. University High School School yearbooks
Publisher: Urbana, Ill. : University of Illinois High School
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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Ruth Ross taught the subf reshman to study right. Lisa Boyum also taught study skills. John Turner kept the school clean, withhis usual flamboyance. l*IJfe( 1 ^^B * i W ■ Wj0 F Kpjj j! ^^H **^^d^B 1 J| * ^_ MBkL.

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Ken Hill did bizarre experiments on the subs in study skills. 64 Peter Kimble taught a variety of computer scienceclasses, particularly to the Freshmen.

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