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Car crashes are the leading cause of death among people ages 16 to 20, with nearly 2,500 teens killed a year due to car wrecks. One study based on a national survey of teens between 13 and 19 concluded that about 40% of teenagers polled said they had been in cars where the driver is… read more
The vast majority of us refer to a car crash as a “car accident.” However, saying “accident” trivializes the significant danger car crashes create for the driving public. Such a saying also implies no one is responsible for a collision, which is usually not the case. In most car crashes, someone was not driving with… read more
Motorcyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as any other driver on the road. However, because motorcyclists can be more difficult to see, it is important to take precautions to look out for motorcycles when driving. This is particularly important as motorcycles are less visible and less stable than cars, so when an accident happens,… read more
A recent study published in the BMJ indicates that medical errors in hospitals and from other health care facilities are very common and may be the third leading cause of death in the United States. According to the study, 251,000, lives every year are cut short due to medical errors. This is higher than respiratory… read more
May is motorcycle safety awareness month, and rightly so. As the dreariness and cold of winter come to an end and spring brings warmer weather and longer days, more people are hitting the roads on their motorcycles. Motorcycles are an enjoyable hobby for many people in West Virginia and safety must always be a top… read more
A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention concludes that playground concussions are on the rise. The study by the federal agency examined nation-wide data from 2001-2013 on playground injuries to children aged 14 and younger who received treatment in hospital emergency rooms. Of nearly 215,000 children, almost 10 percent (about 21,000)… read more