Why Induction of Labor in Post-Term Pregnancy Could Result in Medical Malpractice

Posted on August 23rd, 2019 by Elizabeth

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A woman counts down her pregnancy, hoping to make it to 36 weeks when the risk of health complications is significantly decreased. Then she counts to 40 weeks, which is considered full term, and anxiously awaits baby’s arrival. Carrying a fetus beyond 40 weeks, however, is not welcome. A post-term pregnancy, in fact, increases the […]

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Did You Get a Speeding Ticket Because of the Car You Drive?

Posted on August 19th, 2019 by Elizabeth

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Corvettes, Porsches, Mustangs – these car models (and their operators) have a reputation for speed but, according to a new survey, they’re not among the top 10 cars whose drivers rack up the most speeding tickets. Regardless of car make and model, any vehicle that pushes the speed limit risks causing a Michigan car accident.

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What Happens if Social Security Denies Your Review?

Posted on August 1st, 2019 by Gerald Thurswell

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Social Security disability benefits were designed to assist disabled Americans and their families by providing such things as financial assistance, vocational rehabilitation, and more. However, many people find themselves being denied during the initial review process. If this happens to you, does it mean that you are unable to receive benefits? Not necessarily, and an […]

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Using Cannabis to Ease Morning Sickness Could Lead to Premature Birth

Posted on July 31st, 2019 by Elizabeth

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Cannabis is prescribed to people suffering from the side effects of cancer treatment, anxiety, and pain associated with multiple sclerosis, cancer, and the nerves. Some cannabis dispensaries even recommend the drug for morning sickness. But a new study conducted by Canada’s Ottawa Hospital Research Institute has found that one in eight women who smoked while […]

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Malfunctioning Airbags: A Deadly Problem

Posted on July 30th, 2019 by Gerald Thurswell

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Airbags have been standard equipment in passenger cars since 1998 and in pickups, vans and SUVs since 1999. They were designed to help save lives, and by and large they have done so. However, many airbags were recalled because they malfunctioned and seriously endangered vehicle passengers. In fact, between 1990 and 2008, frontal airbags killed more […]

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