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Blog Posts in August, 2013

  • Closed Head Injury, How It Happens, Symptoms, and Medical Implications

    A closed head injury can be considerably more dangerous when compared to an open head injury. That's because there could be traumatic damage to the brain without it being the direct result of an object. However, it can still come on as the result of a sudden blow to the head or a violent motion that jostles the brain inside the skull. The fact that the skull isn't fractured gives more of a ...
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  • Lower Your Risk of Being Involved in a Car Crash

    A crash can damage your car and other vehicles, and punish you or other people with serious injury or death. The easiest way to recover from such an accident is to avoid having one in the first place. Follow these tips to keep yourself safe. Avoid texting or using a cellphone while driving. Either activity removes your attention from the road increasing your chances of an accident. (Texting is ...
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  • What to do After a Motorcycle Accident

    According to the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, eleven percent of all roadway accidents in the United States involve motorcycles. Accidents can happen to the motorcycle rider who follows every safety precaution recommended. When it does, they also need to know how to handle a difficult situation and obtain necessary evidence. The evidence ...
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  • Retreating Glaciers and Maritime Accidents

    People who are tuned in to news about the environment have probably heard about the retreat of glaciers around the world, including Alaska. The shrinking glaciers, and the general increase in temperatures in and around the Arctic, will have a number of effects on people, including the loss of homes by the shore as sea levels rise. One effect that many people don't immediately think of is the ...
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