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From Playground Tussles to Teenage Rivalries, Who is Liable for a Fight at School?

  • September 21, 2018

“Just blowing off steam.” “Boys will be boys.” “They’re just kids.” When kids get into fights, whether it’s a playground tussle or a clash of teenage rivals, these phrases get thrown around. It’s easy to dismiss youthful conflicts as a natural byproduct of hormones or their stressful school environment. Some people might even think that fights are a natural pa...

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Cuts, Bruises, Strains, and Sprains: Minor Injuries or Overlooked Issues?

  • September 20, 2018

From a slight slip while cutting vegetables to a wrong step while on a morning jog, there are many everyday situations that lead to minor injuries. But while they might make a bloody mess or lead to temporary soreness, injuries like cuts, scrapes, bruises, sprains, and strains happen to people all the time . . . so they can’t be that serious, right? When someone walks away fr...

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Are These the Most Dangerous Dog Breeds?

  • September 19, 2018

We’ve all heard the saying: dogs are man’s best friend! It’s hard to deny that there is something special about the relationship between people and their pups. Ever since humans first began to domesticate wolves, people and dogs have developed a unique bond, built on a foundation of loyalty, protection, and companionship. Today, almost 90 million households in the United ...

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SSD and Down Syndrome

  • September 18, 2018

When one-year-old Lucas was chosen as the “spokesbaby” for Gerber’s latest marketing campaign, his bright smile and cheerful demeanor made him the ideal representative of the baby products company, which is known for its iconic logo of a bright-eyed, curious baby. But something sets Lucas apart from the other infants who have represented the company: he has Down syndrome....

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Choked Up: Choking Hazards and Liability

  • September 14, 2018

Have you ever accidentally swallowed a piece of gum or had a sip of water go down the wrong pipe? If you have, you know that the feeling of having something stuck in your throat is a scary sensation. Now imagine that you have something even bigger, like a stray piece of metal or a bit of chicken bone, lodged in your throat. For people who come into accidental contact with choki...

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Ready for Tigris: Roller Coaster Safety Tips for Busch Garden’s Newest Ride

  • September 14, 2018

When SheiKra first arrived at Busch Gardens Tampa, the 160-foot roller coaster attracted adrenaline junkies from around the world with its floorless bottom, intense loops, and heart-pounding dives. But its debut was back in 2005 and since then, thrill seekers have found themselves wanting more. This week, Busch Gardens heard their pleas and unveiled their plans for Tigris, a ne...

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