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Make it a SAFE Back to School
Make it a SAFE Back to School

For the most part, summer vacation is over, and the kids are either back in school or will return very soon. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), accidents rise sharply during these first weeks of school. Some of these accidents are really no one’s fault. Many are ...

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  • Make it a SAFE Back to School
    Make it a SAFE Back to School

    For the most part, summer vacation is over, and the kids are either back in school or will return very soon. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), accidents rise sharply during these first ...

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  • Doctors Agree: They Overtreat
    Doctors Agree: They Overtreat

    A research study published in PLUS One https://www.plos.org/, concludes that most doctors in the United States believe that overtreatment is not only common, but also can be harmful and wasteful. Many ...

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  • Are we ready for self-driving cars?  Maybe not.
    Are we ready for self-driving cars? Maybe not.

    Are we ready for self-driving cars? Maybe not. A fatal incident in Arizona earlier this year could be a sign that self-driving cars may not be ready for wide-spread use. For now, at least. Earlier ...

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  • Medical Malpractice – How Do You Know?
    Medical Malpractice – How Do You Know?

    The lawyers at Theodoros & Rooth have over a century of combined experience in the practice of personal injury law. Much of that experience has to do with litigating medical malpractice cases. Over ...

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  • 6-Year-Old Awarded $40M in Case of Medical Malpractice
    6-Year-Old Awarded $40M in Case of Medical Malpractice

    Earlier this year, a jury awarded a 6-year-old girl from Delaware County, Pennsylvania, $40.3 million for injuries she sustained to her spinal cord during birth in a medical malpractice case. It was ...

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  • Bullying: It Never Ends
    Bullying: It Never Ends

    Dan was turned away from a table in the cafeteria. They laughed at him. Angie was mocked for her speech impediment. Jerry was excluded from playing games with the rest of the group. A staff member ...

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