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Traumatic Brain Injuries Can Leave Long Lasting Effects

Whenever someone sets foot behind the wheel of a car, truck, motorcycle, or even walks across the street, it is possible for disaster to strike. While truck accidents, car accidents, and similar motor vehicle accidents can range in severity from the most minor of fender-benders to massive, multi-car...
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Social Media Safety for Kids and Parents

When the current generation of parents were children, most of their friends were people who lived in the area. People played games with those who lived around them. Interactions were previously determined and limited by the geographic vicinity. Now, technology has changed that. Social media and the ...
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Poor Patient Care and Workplace Accidents in Nursing Homes Despite The Increased Oversight

While many people try to take care of their parents as they age, some people are unable to do so for reasons of geography, finances, time management, or medical complexity. When this happens, many families trust nursing homes to deliver the care that we would deliver to our family members themselves...
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Poor Safety Ratings For Texas With Workplace Injuries

When people are considering a state to build a life in, safety is typically towards the top of the list. Most people focus on the overall safety of the community, thinking about the crime rate, the safety of the various organizations that have set up in the state, and the quality of the infrastructu...
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Do Uber Drivers Increase Risk of Auto Accidents? What you need to know about the danger of Uber’s unregulated system

Uber drivers are at risk of working dangerously long shifts, according to a recent article in USA Today. Without any workplace regulations in place, there is nothing stopping drivers at the start-up rideshare app from driving well beyond what is considered safe, and there are plenty of incentives fo...
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Child Restraint Systems Failure: Defective Booster Seats Cause Serious Injuries to Children, What should parents know?

When parents place their child in a car, their number one priority is the safety of their child. This is why many parents invest in cars with extra airbags, high crash-test safety ratings, car seats, booster seats, and a variety of other restraint systems. They expect these investments to increase t...
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A Massive Recall Issued By FDA Over A Defective Medical Device Safety: Dexcom Diabetes Monitoring System

Despite the advances in the field of modern medicine, certain healthcare problems continue to represent major medical concerns for millions of patients everywhere. Among these major problems is diabetes. For those who might be unaware, diabetes has two separate types; however, both of these problems...
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Defective Products from Takata Airbags Leads to Historic Recall: What Should Consumers Know About Their Rights?

Since cars first hit the road, the priority of every automotive company has been safety. Cars on the road today are almost unrecognizable from the ones that were on the road a century ago and one of the most important developments has been airbags. These airbags have undergone a significant amount o...
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Impacts For Rental Cars As Recalls Remain High

Rental cars are part of the backbone of the travel industry as people often travel to places where taxis are rare and mass transit is non-existent. When people touch down in a foreign place, they already have enough to worry about with food, lodging, plane tickets, directions, and safety. They shoul...
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Failure To Report Student Molestations By School Authorities Are On The Rise!!

When parents decide to send their kids to school, most parents do not think about their child’s safety. They place the onus on the school board to ensure that their children are receiving care and guidance from positive role models, just as the parents did many years ago; however, there seems to b...
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