Foods That Lower Blood Pressure in Truck Drivers
Aug11

Foods That Lower Blood Pressure in Truck Drivers

According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, a 2014 National Survey of Long-Haul Truck Driver Health and Injury reports that about 26% of truck drivers in the United States have high blood pressure, also known as hypertension. Among truck drivers, the report also states that 88% are at risk for developing either hypertension, smoking, or obesity. High blood pressure is one of the many major health concerns...

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Healthy Meal Ideas for Truck Drivers
Jun28

Healthy Meal Ideas for Truck Drivers

One of the biggest challenges you face as a truck driver is likely the lack of options when it comes to meals. Given that you don’t have always have grocery stores readily accessible and have limited access to cooking appliances, you may opt for the more convenient, though often unhealthy, fast food options you find on the road. However, with thoughtful planning and the proper equipment, there is no reason you can’t make...

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Permatrucking: The Future of the Industry
May17

Permatrucking: The Future of the Industry

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, transportation-related incidents are the number one cause of on-the-job fatalities across all job categories. Because of this, truck drivers found themselves on TIME‚Äôs top ten most dangerous jobs list. The general “dirty” nature of the trucking industry has led one woman to want to clean it up using a movement she calls,¬†permatrucking. It seems that we always understand how...

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