Are There Toxic Metals in Your Baby Food?

When it comes to the food we buy, Americans have definitely grown more health conscious over recent years. While older generations may have trusted food manufacturers to act in their best interests, many consumers now carefully research products and read labels when making purchasing decisions. But what about baby food? In this article, we will discuss the potential presence of heavy metals in baby food.

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Pregnancy and Motor Vehicle Crashes

Meeting women’s special health needs during pregnancy can help increase the probability of a healthy child and mother. But some dangers to pregnant women and their babies arise externally, and a pregnant woman is often at risk for sustaining greater harm when injured than others. A good example is a motor vehicle accident. In this article, we will explore the issues associated with pregnancy and motor vehicle crashes.

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Can an Incorrect Police Report be Changed After a Motor Vehicle Accident?

There are numerous issues to deal with when you're in a car accident. For those who unfortunately suffer personal injury, there can be ambulance bills, hospital treatment, doctor appointments, lost wages, and maybe even permanent disability. Finally, there are the legal issues associated with recovering appropriate damages to be made whole. The last thing a person needs is a peripheral issue to deal with, such as a police report that is inaccurate or incorrect. In this article, we will discuss whether such an accident report can be changed or corrected.

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The Impact of a Hospital Lien on Your Personal Injury Recovery

Personal injury litigation can include many complications that most people have never thought about. A perfect example is a hospital lien. In this blog, learn more about what a hospital lien is and how it can impact your personal injury recovery.

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How COVID-19 is Affecting Elder Abuse

No one will ever forget the early days of the pandemic when older adults were dying at an alarming rate. While society thereafter took steps to better protect the elderly from the novel coronavirus, it turns out that the elderly have suffered in other ways, as well. In this article, we will discuss how COVID-19 has affected elder abuse.

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Asbestos in Cosmetics: What You Need to Know

Fewer people are aware that the use of asbestos also still occurs in other types of products - some of which are even more commonly found in our everyday lives. One example is cosmetic products, our topic for today.

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What Rights Do Passengers Have in a Semi-Truck or Car Crash?

Driving a motor vehicle comes with a certain amount of risk. When we are driving, at least we feel like we have some amount of control over the situation. But what about automobile passengers? Typically they're just “along for the ride” and have little to no control over whether a crash occurs. In this article, we will discuss the rights of automobile passengers following a car or semi-truck accident.

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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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