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Common Causes of Cognitive Disorders

March 23, 2013

The brain serves as a vital integrating system that interprets, controls, and regulates all functions in the body. As the forte of the Central Nervous System, the brain not only enables mechanical movement, but it’s also responsible for memory storage, intelligence, sensory input (sight, smell, etc.), personality, and behavior. The skull, a protective layer of […]

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Preventing Fatalities in Public Transportation

March 20, 2013

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, over 120,000 accidental deaths occur every year. The majority of these incidents occur in public places like parks, schools, transits, and businesses. Transits are a major concern because of the likelihood of fatalities or serious injuries in accidents on buses, trams, and trains. By practicing basic […]

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Hospital Debt: Know Your Rights

March 4, 2013

Dealing with an unexpected illness or injury can result in a large hospital bill that quickly becomes overwhelming and stressful as you try to focus on your health. Even for those lucky enough to have health insurance, a single night in the hospital will create a burdensome bill with a total reaching in the thousands. […]

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Medical Malpractice Claims; Only the Researched Survive

February 27, 2013

From the perspective of medical doctors, the current model of medical malpractice is not sustainable. Medical malpractice claims are rising. This current trend leads to higher costs for medical practitioners in attorney fees and insurance, contributes to the stress of the practice of medicine, and sometimes dissuades the best and brightest doctors from entering higher […]

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Practising Safety at Work

February 8, 2013

Workplace injuries can be costly for businesses to contend with. The most obvious expense associated with workplace injuries relate to the associated liability. A worker may file a personal injury lawsuit associated with negligence or an unsafe workplace, for example, and the court may rule that the company reimburse the worker for medical expenses, pain […]

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How Long Can You Get Worker’s Comp For?

January 7, 2013

(US law) Worker’s compensation is designed to protect both employees and employers.  When an employee is injured during the course of doing their duties, they can file a worker’s compensation claim to receive payment for lost wages, for medical expenses associated with treating the injury, and for partial or total disability if the worker is […]

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How Long Can You Get Worker’s Comp For?

December 6, 2012

Worker’s compensation is designed to protect both employees and employers. When an employee is injured during the course of doing their duties, they can file a worker’s compensation claim to receive payment for lost wages, for medical expenses associated with treating the injury, and for partial or total disability if the worker is not able […]

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Slip and Fall Personal Injury

November 29, 2012

When you slip and fall, you can sustain serious injuries.  The difference between being clumsy and having a slip and fall case is that someone needs to be negligent for failing to maintain the area or failing to advise you of hazards that may exist when you are filing a personal injury claim.  If you […]

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Personal Injury: To Sue or Not To Sue

November 16, 2012

Car accidents often cause injuries, and when that happens, a lawsuit often follows. If you have suffered this kind of injury, you may succeed in suing the person who drove the other vehicle for damages. To accomplish this, the plaintiff has to prove that that defendant caused his or her injuries because they acted without […]

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How to Identify Meningitis

November 1, 2012

By definition, meningitis is when the lining around the spinal cord and brain becomes inflamed as a result of the spread of infection. The swelling that occurs with this inflammation is the trigger for the notable signs and symptoms of meningitis. Early diagnosis and treatment of meningitis can avoid the onset of serious and lasting […]

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