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Jan 15, 2018

There’s a New Typhoid Vaccine Out, and It Is Safe for Infants

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The World Health Organization has approved the first-ever infant-safe typhoid vaccine, reports the New York Times. While an outbreak of typhoid is rare in the U.S. – there are only around 300 cases reported each year – it remains a serious concern in Asian and African countries. Up to 20 million people are infected throughout [...]

Dec 20, 2017

Thousands Die While Waiting to Have Their Social Security Disability Case Heard

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The Washington Post reported that over 10,000 Social Security Disability Insurance applicants died in 2016 while waiting for a decision on their eligibility for benefits. That number is a 15% increase in the fatality rates of pending SSDI applicants in 2015, many of whom died while waiting for a judge to decide their case. The [...]

Dec 5, 2017

Common Household Items Can Hurt your Family

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As the holidays approach and family gathers, it is time once again to check for the latest product recalls to make sure your house is a safe space for all. The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission releases recalls as manufacturers make announcements, and it is always wise to make seasonal checks to be certain [...]

Jul 15, 2015

Proper Education Helps Stroke Survivors Identify Next Stroke Faster

By |Jul 15, 2015|Medical Malpractice, Personal Injury|0 Comments

A stroke happens when blood supply to the brain is interrupted in some way. When this happens, your brain is deprived of essential oxygen and other nutrients supplied by blood. The longer the deprivation, the more serious the damage that can occur in the brain. A recent study published in the journal Stroke found that [...]