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STOKO® Professional Skin Care, a leader in the away-from-home skin care/hygiene market, has named Ken Bartley, senior territory manager, North Central Region, Sales Person of the Year for 2012. This marks the fourth time Bartley has received this honor, and the third consecutive year.
Having complemented its manually operated STOKO® Refresh 4 in 1 hand hygiene dispenser with an automatic touch-free model, STOKO® continues to bring innovation to the away-from-home skin care/hand hygiene market by offering an industry first: a choice of touch-free or manual dispensers that can share the same cartridge refills.
Deb Group, the world’s leading away-from-home skin care company and the inventor of foam soap dispensing systems, has launched the world’s first and only heavy-duty industrial hand-cleansing foam with suspended bio-scrubbers™.
Summer’s seasonal woes can creep up on you when you least expect them. Here are a few tips courtesy of the Harvard HealthBEAT for staying cool, dealing with the sun’s awesome radiant energy, managing poison ivy, and warding off the insects that like summer as much as you do.
The EPA has released a list of 15 ways people can save money, cut energy costs and continue to protect the health of their families while still enjoying the summer.
These five no-nonsense tips go beyond care for skin on your hands to skin care basics:.
As summer quickly approaches, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has joined the National Council on Skin Cancer Prevention, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and National Park Service (NPS) to emphasize the dangers of skin cancer and has provided simple steps Americans can take to protect themselves.
Young adults are increasing their risk for developing skin cancer, according to two studies by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
As rates of other cancers seem to be on the decline, the rates of malignant melanoma are on the rise. It is now the most common cancer among people 25-29 years old.
Skin problems and diseases are the most common non-injury health issues reported by workers, according to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), which has produced a guide for skin safety and chemical exposure.