Year: 2015

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A major part of parents’ daily routine is bringing their children to sports practices and games after school and on the weekend. Concussions have become a growing concern in youth sports, with soccer being one of the most popular among both young boys and girls. Now, new guidelines are being…

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The signs can be particularly difficult to see. Daycare abuse is staggeringly common in the United States, and many types of abuse leave very visible marks. If your child is punched, kicked, or pushed, there is likely to be a bruise. Scratches and cuts can be telltale signs that abuse…

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World Prematurity Day was celebrated on November 17th, 2015. Premature labor remains a major problem in the United States and worldwide, with the March of Dimes announcing that complications of preterm birth is now the foremost killer of young children. Though America is a first world nation in every way,…

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An 11 year old girl and her mother were killed when a car driven by a fourteen year old rolled over after the driver lost control. The driver, with only a learner’s permit, had very little experience with highway driving when the accident occurred. Sadly, these types of accidents are…

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Bloomberg is drawing attention to an underappreciated risk facing the American medical establishment. At a white hat hacking conference (white hat hackers infiltrate systems to show vulnerabilities that need to be fixed, black hat hackers hack for their own personal gain), researchers demonstrated how vulnerable hospitals and other medical facilities…

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When Gretchen Seth was struck by a car during the Sea & Sky Spectacular Air Show at the Beaches, she did everything right. According to WJCT news, she spoke with the sheriff’s officer who arrived at the scene, and she didn’t have any harsh words with the woman driving the…

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Spinal cord injuries are among the most devastating injuries a person can experience. The spine can be damaged in a variety of ways, including sports related injuries, car accidents, falls, disease, or physical assaults. Gunshots are an increasingly common cause of spinal cord injuries. Surviving and recovering from a spinal…

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A terrifying bridge collapse on October 8th in Corona, California left at least eight workers seriously injured. Now, those workers are struggling to get by as they wait for answers determining the extent of their injuries and whether or not they can ever return to the jobs that provided their…

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Sometimes nobody wants to drive, or there are so many people attending the same event that a caravan of cars is environmentally unfriendly. Sometimes a large amount of people need to get to the same far-off place for the same reason, or the company you work for would rather shuttle…

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Cruise tickets are frequently non-refundable, especially once the ship has set sail. Though not something travelers are happy about, most people understand that the cruise line company has to make a profit, and so long as it was the person’s own fault that something went wrong and they missed their…

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