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Slips and Falls in Nursing Homes: Who’s Responsible?

When thinking about a slip and fall injury, you might envision an able-bodied adult slipping on a wet store floor, falling on ice-covered pavement or tripping down poorly maintained stairs. Yet among all age demographics, the elderly population experiences a high percentage of slip and fall injuries, including those in a nursing home or other care setting.

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Drivers More at Risk for Car Accidents During Short Trips

A recent study found that one-quarter of all motor vehicle accidents occur within the first three minutes of driving. This type of accident is followed by those that occur on lengthy drives, including road trips.

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PPI Patients Have a Higher Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes

Primarily used to help control Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD), proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) are some of the most commonly used medications among American patients. They’re available by prescription and over-the-counter but are intended for short-term use. For long-term relief from GERD, patients ideally start with a PPI before transitioning to an H2 blocker.

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Can Automatic Emergency Braking Reduce Truck Accidents?

Truck accidents can be especially devastating. Commercial vehicles, which could weigh up to 30 times more than a passenger car, often create a significant amount of property damage in a collision and claims far more lives than a crash between cars.

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“Be Prepared”: That’s the Boy Scout Motto

Robert Baden-Powell, the English soldier who founded the Boy Scouts, published the motto “Be Prepared” in his 1908 handbook, Scouting for Boys. He wrote that to be prepared meant “You are always in a state of readiness in mind and body to do your duty”.

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