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  1. Side Effects For Women Reach a Boiling Point — November 9, 2017
  2. Study Questions Effect of Texting Bans — September 11, 2017
  3. Brain Damage and Hand Eye Coordination — May 4, 2017
  4. Angry Betty Asks For Parole — May 4, 2017
  5. NFL taking efforts to better educate game officials on concussions — March 21, 2017

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Nov 09

Side Effects For Women Reach a Boiling Point

Women wanting to take oral contraceptives have a wide range of choices. Many have opted to use Yaz, which combines two hormones – drospirenone and ethinyl estradiol. This particular contraceptive is popular because it not only protects against unwanted pregnancy, but it also treats acne. Unfortunately, the company that manufactures this birth control pill may …

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Sep 11

Study Questions Effect of Texting Bans

Much has been spoken about texting and hand-held device bans. Thirty states and the District of Columbia have laws that ban texting while driving. A recent study funded by insurance companies shows the recent efforts to ban texting while driving has not reduced the rate of car accidents. The study compared the crash rates in …

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May 04

Brain Damage and Hand Eye Coordination

You can see that the frontal lobe of the brain plays a very important role in determining the quality of our lives. Now, what happens when the frontal lobe of the brain is injured? The changes that occur when there is damage to the frontal lobe include problems with sequencing, severation (where there is difficulty …

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May 04

Angry Betty Asks For Parole

In a brutal slaying that many San Diego residents still remember, former San Diego socialite Betty Broderick murdered her ex-husband, a San Diego attorney, and his new wife in 1989. Now, after two decades, Angry Betty is finally up for parole. For the uninitiated, parole is an early release from prison. Whether parole is granted …

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Mar 21

NFL taking efforts to better educate game officials on concussions

It has recently been reported that the National Football League (NFL) is taking efforts to better educate its game officials on the symptoms of concussions. Reportedly, while game officials will not be expected to wield the same knowledge on concussions and brain injuries as doctors, the NFL wants its game officials equipped with the know-how …

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Mar 10

Police blame truck driver for New York crash that killed six

A fully loaded 18-wheeler can weigh 80,000 pounds. When it’s going at highway speed, it’s impossible to stop a big rig quickly. That’s why truck drivers need to be alert at all times and aware of traffic signs warning of upcoming construction, delays and so on. Law enforcement officials are saying the driver of an …

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Mar 03

Pennsylvania attorney faces up to 25 years in hunting death

A 49-year-old Philadelphia area lawyer has pleaded no contest to a charge of involuntary manslaughter in the wrongful death of a 52-year-old hunter from Quakertown, Pennsylvania. In addition, the lawyer has also pled guilty to being in possession of a rifle and a shotgun. He is facing sentences of up to ten years each on the weapons …

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Mar 03

Famous boxing brothers hospitalized with injuries after crash

It only takes one little mishap to cause a serious car accident. It’s scary, but life can change in a split second. Two well-known sports figures are fighting serious injuries after a car crash late last week. The car accident sent 29-year-old twin brothers Rock and Tiger Allen, famous for their boxing skills, to the hospital for …

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Feb 16

Inflatable amusement rides have some worried about injuries

On a breezy weekend afternoon recently, an inflatable slide on Long Island went flying at a youth soccer tournament. Similar incidents the same afternoon left several people injured, one woman seriously. It’s a growing problem, experts say: inflatable rides are apparently causing increased injuries in emergency rooms over the last decade. There were apparently almost 5,000 …

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Feb 16

Family of girl killed in Ferris wheel accident consider lawsuit

It’s every parent’s nightmare: getting a call that your child has been severely injured. The parents of an 11-year-old girl who died after falling off a Ferris wheel lived that nightmare. And now, the park that operates the ride may be held accountable for her wrongful death. Reports suggest that the girl may have been standing …

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