Month: February 2019

Does Your Daycare Know About Positional Asphyxia?

Positional asphyxiation is a preventable tragedy that occurs when a baby is left in a car seat, carrier, swing, or another seat to sleep, only to pass away because a slouched-forward position cuts off the infant’s airway making it so the baby can’t breathe. Daycare providers, babysitters, and other caregivers should be aware of the dangers of leaving a baby […]

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Staying Safe After a Roadside Emergency

Stopping a car on the side of the road is a dangerous scenario because the constant motion of traffic increases the risk of an additional accident or collision even while the vehicle is waiting for help. The wrong actions after an accident can increase the risk that someone is injured or killed in the aftermath. Drivers should know what to […]

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Laser Eye Surgery: Do You Know the Risks?

For a number of patients who undergo laser eye surgery such as LASIK or SMILE, complications can arise that make patients uncomfortable, cause significant pain, and may even lead to suicide. An increasing number of people are reporting severe eye pain and visual disturbances after laser eye surgery. The recent suicide of TV meteorologist Jessica Starr has drawn attention to […]

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