Research Article
27/9/2016
Parvin Nassiri, Sajad Zare, Mohammad Reza Monazzam, Akram Pourbakht
Occupational exposure to excessive noise is one of the biggest work-related challenges in the world. This phenomenon causes the release of stress-related hormones, which in turn, negatively affects cardiovascular risk factors.The current study study aimed to determine the level of workers’ serum aldosterone in light of the ... read more
Research Article
2/10/2016
Gholamabbas Shirali, Reza Savari, Kambiz Ahmadiangali, Vahid Salehi
The implementation of a safety program is one of the most effective factors in increasing productivity. A look to safety from the perspective of efficiency can indicate necessary investment in safety for all, especially the managers of companies.The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect ... read more
Research Article
27/9/2016
Leila Ibrahimi Ghavam Abadi, Behzad Fouladi Dehaghi, Abbas Mohammadi, Ghasem Mardi, Afshine Rahmati
Noise pollution is one of the most important risk factors in industrial settings. This study aimed to assess noise exposure and noise-induced annoyance among workers of a steel factory.This cross-sectional study was conducted on 70 healthy male participants (33 office employees and 37 production line workers) in ... read more
Research Article
7/11/2016
Mohammad Khandan, Somayeh Momenyan, Leila Ataei Manesh, Zahra Khosravi, Zeinab Eyni, Alireza Koohpaei
Regarding the high levels of physical and mental activities and the high risk of fatigue, prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMSDs) is increasingly high among nurses that can be negatively affect their work quality and patients’ safety.The present study aimed to survey the relationship between fatigue and ... read more
Research Article
26/9/2016
Davood Afshari, Hamid Saednia, Amal Saki, Abdolhosein Bigdeli, Leila Jodakinia
Bakery workers due to exposure to radiant heat and doing manual labor are at risk of heat-related illnesses and musculoskeletal disordersThe current study aimed to determine the appropriate work-rest time interval using two indexes of wet bulb globe temperature (WBGT) and relative heart rate (RHR).It was an ... read more
Research Article
26/9/2016
Peymaneh Habibi, Habiboallah Dehghan, Mahnaz Shakerian
The exposure of individuals to heat at different jobs warrants the use of heat stress evaluation indices.The aim of this study was to validate environmental stress index using an infrared radiation (IR) measurement instrument as a substitute for pyranometer in indoor workplaces.This study was conducted on 2303 ... read more
Research Article
3/10/2016
Massumeh Ahmadizadeh, Shaghayegh Koshbasirat, Zohreh Jaffarzadeh
Xylene is widely used in the industry and medical technology as a solvent, besides occupational exposure. It has the potential to be toxic in humans and animals.The present study was carried out to determine the protective effects of buffalo’ milk (BM) against xylene-induced liver and kidney damage.A ... read more
Research Article
7/11/2016
Fatemeh Ghannadiasl, Reza Mahdavi, Mohammad Asghari Jafarabadi
The transtheoretical model is an effective theory in health promotion. In order to maximize success, this theory has been introduced into different weight loss interventions.The purpose of this study was to assess the stages and processes of change, self-efficacy, and decisional balance for weight loss among obese ... read more
Research Article
26/9/2016
Davood Afshari, Hamid Saednia, Amal Saki, Abdolhosein Bigdeli, Leila Jodakinia
Bakery workers due to exposure to radiant heat and doing manual labor are at risk of heat-related illnesses and musculoskeletal disordersThe current study aimed to determine the appropriate work-rest time interval using two indexes of wet bulb globe temperature (WBGT) and relative heart rate (RHR).It was an ... read more
Research Article
27/9/2016
Parvin Nassiri, Sajad Zare, Mohammad Reza Monazzam, Akram Pourbakht
Occupational exposure to excessive noise is one of the biggest work-related challenges in the world. This phenomenon causes the release of stress-related hormones, which in turn, negatively affects cardiovascular risk factors.The current study study aimed to determine the level of workers’ serum aldosterone in light of the ... read more
Research Article
27/9/2016
Leila Ibrahimi Ghavam Abadi, Behzad Fouladi Dehaghi, Abbas Mohammadi, Ghasem Mardi, Afshine Rahmati
Noise pollution is one of the most important risk factors in industrial settings. This study aimed to assess noise exposure and noise-induced annoyance among workers of a steel factory.This cross-sectional study was conducted on 70 healthy male participants (33 office employees and 37 production line workers) in ... read more
Research Article
2/10/2016
Gholamabbas Shirali, Reza Savari, Kambiz Ahmadiangali, Vahid Salehi
The implementation of a safety program is one of the most effective factors in increasing productivity. A look to safety from the perspective of efficiency can indicate necessary investment in safety for all, especially the managers of companies.The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect ... read more
Research Article
7/11/2016
Mohammad Khandan, Somayeh Momenyan, Leila Ataei Manesh, Zahra Khosravi, Zeinab Eyni, Alireza Koohpaei
Regarding the high levels of physical and mental activities and the high risk of fatigue, prevalence of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMSDs) is increasingly high among nurses that can be negatively affect their work quality and patients’ safety.The present study aimed to survey the relationship between fatigue and ... read more
Research Article
7/11/2016
Fatemeh Ghannadiasl, Reza Mahdavi, Mohammad Asghari Jafarabadi
The transtheoretical model is an effective theory in health promotion. In order to maximize success, this theory has been introduced into different weight loss interventions.The purpose of this study was to assess the stages and processes of change, self-efficacy, and decisional balance for weight loss among obese ... read more
Research Article
26/9/2016
Peymaneh Habibi, Habiboallah Dehghan, Mahnaz Shakerian
The exposure of individuals to heat at different jobs warrants the use of heat stress evaluation indices.The aim of this study was to validate environmental stress index using an infrared radiation (IR) measurement instrument as a substitute for pyranometer in indoor workplaces.This study was conducted on 2303 ... read more

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