Important Gear and Safety Tips for Cyclists

While we are big fans of cycling and other outdoor endeavors, it is important to remember that cyclists face their own dangers. In this article, we will provide some important common-sense gear and safety tips for cyclists.

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Common Treatments for Neck Injuries from Car Accidents

In many accidents, people suffer injuries that require hospitalization, surgery, and ongoing treatment. Then there are those whose injuries aren’t as visible, but the pain never seems to resolve. Whatever type of injury occurs, a person’s life can be permanently changed. In this article, we will focus on some of the types of treatment people receive for neck injuries received in motor vehicle collisions.

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Is Mesothelioma Treatment Possible in a COVID-19 World?

While quarantining is beneficial as far as the spread of COVID-19 is concerned, it can be harmful when it results in people’s failure to obtain needed medical treatment. One group of people faced with tough decisions is the community of patients diagnosed with mesothelioma and other asbestos-related diseases.

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How Automobile Drivers Cause Motorcycle Accidents

Who is really to blame for motorcycle accidents? We’ll attempt to get to the bottom of that issue in this article.

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Defective Medical Devices that Commonly Cause Injury

As with all technological advancements, manufacturers and others in the medical device supply chain sometimes make mistakes that injure innocent patients. In this article, we will discuss some of the types of medical devices that have resulted in personal injury, and sometimes even wrongful death.

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What is Physician Burnout and How Common Is It?

“Burnout” has become a very common term in the American lexicon. But can the concept of burnout rise to the level of a formal condition or syndrome? In this article, we will discuss burnout in the medical profession and the possible resulting consequences.

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What Are the Lasting Consequences of a Brain Injury?

Sometimes, people are blessed to fully recover from their head or brain injuries. However, some people have lingering problems for life. In this article, we will discuss the potential lasting consequences of head injuries.

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New Hours of Service Rules and Trucking Safety

Regulation of trucking companies and their drivers is not a static endeavor. Industry, safety groups, governmental agencies, and other interested parties are constantly monitoring technology, crash data, and other inputs in an effort to determine where changes are needed to improve processes and safety. When appropriate, the law is changed or modified. One such change is reflected in new hours of service rules

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Children & Furniture Tip-Overs: What You Need to Know

Every parent knows that a child’s never-ending curiosity can also be a real handful and sometimes exasperate a parent. Still, we usually end up getting a good chuckle out of them. However, once in a while, a child can be endangered, even while behaving no differently than most other children would act. 

In this article, we will examine furniture tip-overs, one such example, more closely. Tip-overs often occur when weight is placed on one area of an unstable piece of furniture, causing it to fall over. This can often be caused by hanging or climbing on the furniture. When furniture tips over, it can land on top of a person, causing serious injury and death. The danger is especially pronounced for children who are unable to free themselves.

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Are Truck Drivers Sleep Deprived or Sleep Deficient?

Many of us know how awful it can feel to try and function when we’re operating in a state of sleep deprivation. We trudge along, hoping the day will end sooner than later so that we can finally rest. But functioning while sleep deprived or sleep deficient is more dangerous for some workers than others. Mistakes made by an exhausted pilot, semi-truck driver, or person operating heavy machinery can cause unbelievable injury, death, and destruction.

In this article, we will focus on sleep issues as they pertain to semi-truck drivers.

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