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Nursing Home or Assisted Living— Which Is Right For You?

No one likes to think about their loved ones growing older and needing to move out of their homes. However, the reality is that many elderly adults will need some type of care and assistance in their later years. Fortunately, […]

Early Investigation Is Key to a Successful Outcome in Your Case

If you or a loved one is involved in an accident and suffer catastrophic injury, prompt discovery and preservation of key evidence can make or break your case. Choosing the right law firm may significantly improve the type of recovery […]

Tips to Stay Cool and Safe in the Summer Sun

Now that summer is here, it’s important to recognize and protect yourself and your loved ones from the potential dangerous effects of extreme summer heat. Between 1999 and 2010, 7,415 Americans succumbed to heat-related illnesses, an average of 618 deaths […]

Britax Recalls Child Safety Seats Due to Choking Hazard

Britax Child Safety, Inc. (Britax) initiated a recall of child safety seats due to a potential choking hazard for infants from a center tab located on the chest clip. The center tab is marked “ABS” and if broken, may increase […]

FDA requires new amputation warning on popular diabetes drug

Type-2 Diabetes patients take heed: brand name diabetes drugs Invokana, Invokamet, and Invokamet XR must now include a new safety label warning about the increased risk of foot and leg amputations while taking the drug, according to the FDA. Last […]

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