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Scooters: Back in the News, but Are They Safe?

  • October 18, 2018

Compared to hoverboards and Ubers, scooters might seem like a thing of the past. But thanks to e-scooter sharing programs in cities like Portland and San Francisco, they might be making a comeback. Traditionally, a scooter refers to a recreational vehicle that consists of a floorboard, two wheels, and a long steering handle. The rider rests one foot against the floor board and ...

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Can Humans Evolve to Survive Car Accidents?

  • October 16, 2018

In our 200,000 years of history, humans have undergone quite the transformation! Aside from evolving to look distinctly different than our earliest relatives, we’ve also developed the ability to drink milk, gained better resistance to certain diseases, and even discovered that some body parts, like the appendix, don’t play any useful role. As the world has changed and moder...

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SSD for Kidney Conditions

  • October 11, 2018

What’s shaped like a bean, five inches long, and incredibly important to your body? The kidneys! Though they might not be very pretty or seem very powerful, the kidneys play an essential role. Their contributions—and the danger that a damaged kidney can pose—should not be overlooked. The Role of the Kidneys The kidneys are a pair of small organs that sit on either side of...

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Legionnaires’ Disease: When Negligence or Malpractice Leads to an Outbreak

  • October 11, 2018

As hundreds of people gather at a hotel for a convention, something sinister begins to spread mysteriously through the air. Dozens of people began to fall ill with fevers, breathing problems, and headaches, but no one can find a patient zero or source of the outbreak. This sounds like the plot of a horror film fit for a Halloween movie marathon, but this situation actually happ...

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Deadly Limo Accident Kills 20

  • October 10, 2018

Have you ever ridden in a limo? For fancy or formal events, like a high school prom, wedding, or a dinner at a lavish restaurant, a limousine—a large, partitioned vehicle driven by a chauffeur—can add the perfect dash of sophistication. Along with the air of luxury and suaveness that they provide, limos are also a safe option for people who plan to imbibe during a night out...

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Emergency Alerts: What You Need To Know

  • October 8, 2018

At 2:18 EST time last Wednesday, you were probably startled by a noise on your cell phone. Phone alerts tend to mean bad news, like a missing child or an oncoming tornado, but yesterday’s report wasn’t a scary update—it was just a test. Alert! Wednesday’s test was for a new alert program, the Integrated Public Alert and Warnings System. Unlike AMBER alerts for missing c...

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