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Next to our eyes, our hands are probably the most important part of our body when it comes to doing our work. They’re involved in almost everything we do. Yet many of the things we do with our hands are done without any deliberate thought.
In an effort to help the costly and time-consuming cleanup following the devastation Hurricane Sandy left behind, Youngstown® Glove Company, manufacturers of the world's most durable performance work gloves, has donated 500 pairs of gloves to All Hands Volunteers, an organization committed to providing immediate, effective and sustainable support to communities in need.
Armchem, the leading provider of specialty products that help businesses run smoother, faster, cleaner, safer and healthier, introduces Armchem Instantfoam Deluxe Hand Sanitizer.
High dexterity, triple dipped PVC glove offers chemical resistance to petrochemicals. Patented Sarco impact protective strips on the back of the glove protect hands and fingers against crushing blows.
There are performance leather gloves, and then there is the Youngstown® FR Waterproof Leather lined with Kevlar® glove which boasts the ultimate in protection and functionality for industrial, electrical and gas utility workers.
Let your palms take a breather – literally – with the new Youngstown® Mesh Utility Plus™ glove which features ultra-breathable mesh on the top-of-hand to keep your hands cool and dry.
According to the Mayo Clinic, peripheral neuropathy, a result of nerve damage, often causes numbness and pain in your hands and feet. People typically describe the pain of peripheral neuropathy as tingling or burning, while they may compare the loss of sensation to the feeling of wearing a thin stocking or glove.
According to the Mayo Clinic, numbness in one or both hands describes a loss of sensation or feeling in your hand or fingers. Numbness in hands is usually caused by irritation or compression of a branch of a nerve traveling to the arms, hands or fingers.
According to the Mayo Clinic, having cold hands even when you're not in a cold environment is common. Often, having cold hands is a part of your body's natural response to regulate your body temperature and shouldn't be cause for concern.