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Blog Posts in January, 2015

  • Hospital Mistakes Cost Money and Lives

    Hospitals are generally regarded as health care institutions that we can go to for medical emergencies as well as for planned treatment, such as to have a baby or a particular test. There are also specialized hospitals that focus on the care of children, senior citizens, the mentally ill, and those with certain diseases. We trust our health to doctors, nurses, technicians, and other medical staff ...
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  • Not All Toys are Fun and Games

    Children’s toys have come a long way from building blocks and baby dolls. In just the span of a few decades, the variety of toys available has expanded almost beyond imagination. This means that toy companies feel immense pressure to create the next best thing or to price their goods lower than the competition. Unfortunately, safety and quality are often sacrificed in the process. Common Injuries ...
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  • 365 Days of Traffic Safety

    Driving on the Holidays The holidays are supposed to be a time of celebration, but traffic accidents do not take days off. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) , a government agency that is part of the Department of Transportation, released a 2012 report estimating the number of traffic accidents and related deaths that occurred on major holidays, including Thanksgiving, ...
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