Home > Lifestyle > Healthy workplace > Dangerous jobs Dangerous jobs All sections in Healthy Workplace » Workplace Basics » At the Office » Dangerous Jobs » Employee Wellbeing » Health at work » Work and Stress » Work behaviour » Your new job » Workplace News Can your job give you cancer? Studies indicate that people in certain occupations have an increased cancer risk. Are you one of them? Down syndrome kids’ message to future moms » Join Health24 on Facebook » Subscribe to the newsletter » Ask CyberShrink » 6 ways sexy shoes damage your feet How much energy do you burn at work? Top French chefs reject violence in the kitchen A group of top French chefs have called for fellow cooks to rise up against violence and hazing in their kitchens. Dressed for survival What are the miners wearing to give them the best chance of surviving the dangerous trip to the outside world? Shift work shock We know that shift work is bad for relationships. It emerges, now, that it's also bad for your health in many more ways. The most depressing jobs People who tend to the elderly, change diapers and serve up food and drinks have the highest rates of depression among US workers. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Don’t just stop smoking, start something amazing Do you suffer from red, itchy eyes? Effective treatment for ADHD is available What is allergic conjunctivitis? FAQs Live healthier » Most couples do not get divorced after infertility struggles IVF kids may have higher risk of autism Progesterone gel as good as injection for IVF Fertility treatments tied to higher odds for pregnancy complications For most women who cannot conceive naturally, in vitro fertilisation is very safe and effective, but it may involve a higher risk of complications during pregnancy. Heart health » Another day at the office – thanks to a defibrillator close at hand Statins help the heart, no matter what your age Even the smallest fitness gains could help you reduce the risk of a heart attack 5 women share exactly what it feels like to have a heart attack 'I felt like I had a pill stuck in my throat.'