October, 2013

October 1, 2013

The public is inclined to believe that nursing home negligence only involves allowing a resident to fall out of bed, or not turning a bed-bound patient often enough to avoid bed sores, or perhaps not giving their prescriptions to them properly. However, one of the most prevalent concerns in Oregon…
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October 1, 2013

A frightening fact about carbon monoxide is that it’s colorless, odorless, and tasteless making it extremely difficult to detect at unsafe levels.  While we are all exposed to it in the very air we breathe every day, it can be fatal at highly concentrated levels. Carbon monoxide is present in…
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October 1, 2013

In preliminary studies done during 2012, it appears that college football concussion rates at three Division 1 college football programs doubled during the 2012 football season since new NCAA concussion rules were put in place in 2010.  One explanation could be the possibility that prior to these new rules, concussion…
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