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The signs and symptoms of cerebral palsy

Posted on February 14, 2017

Many of the most common birth injuries come from two conditions: cerebral palsy and Erb’s palsy. These two conditions often occur due to complications during delivery. Cerebral palsy can occur before or after delivery, though, too. While some people may think that cerebral palsy is a birth injury in and of itself, it is actually … Continue reading

Uber sued for promoting unsafe practices with its app

Posted on February 10, 2017

Stay off the phone while you drive. That’s the message that’s been repeated over and over to drivers from countless sources, as study after study indicates that cellphones are distracting drivers, causing accidents and killing people. Texting while driving causes over 330,000 accidents per year and 64 percent of all road accidents now involve a cellphone. … Continue reading

Tips motorists should follow to avoid colliding with motorcycles

Posted on February 9, 2017

When it comes to keeping motorcyclists safe, it not only requires that the biker employs a number of measures aimed at ensuring his or her own safety, but for automobile drivers to share in that responsibility as well. Statistics show that a large percentage of collisions involving motorcyclists and cars occur at intersections. In fact, … Continue reading

Hip replacement complications can be surgical or product related

Posted on February 8, 2017

Hip replacements can be a wonderful benefit for someone who has been struggling with limited mobility for a long time due to his or her hips—when the surgeries go right. When they’re preformed improperly, they can lead to more chronic pain and problems, and a second surgery is usually required to fix the error. In … Continue reading

Modern technology may help with bedsore cases

Posted on February 7, 2017

Bedsores happen when a person can’t move and pressure is applied to the same tissue for an extended amount of time. These are an issue in hospitals and in nursing homes, where patients with limited mobility may have to sit or lie in a certain position all day long. In some cases, the development of … Continue reading

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