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Coronavirus Antibody Tests: What Are They? Should I Get One?

Antibody tests are making lots of headlines right now, especially as they become more available to the general public. As Georgia and the rest of the country begin the reopening process, many experts are looking to coronavirus antibody tests to help make decisions. Coronavirus antibody tests are already available in many metropolitan areas, including Georgia.…

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Switched at Death: Identification Gone Wrong

Tragedy strikes every day on the roadways and at home. All across the country, people become seriously injured, and in some cases die, as a result of vehicle collisions, fires and other catastrophes. These incidents can be so devastating that it makes identifying victims a difficult task to undertake. What happens when identification errors occur?…

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Autonomous Vehicles Are Here: Approach with Caution

We’ve all been watching the evolution of self-driving vehicles. What once was a futuristic notion has now become our reality. There are currently six levels of autonomous vehicles on our roads, with more levels to come. The difference between them varies based upon how much or how little the automobile can operate without human interaction…

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Buprenorphine Supposedly Cures Opioid Addiction, if You Can Get It

The opioid crisis has been in effect for years, but it’s receiving much less attention these days. It’s an ironic twist that prescription medication is being peddled to help those addicted to prescription medication. As of 2017, there were 2.3 million people addicted to opioids in the United States with 47,000 deaths as a result.…

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Does Insurance Compensate a Pedestrian Hit by a Driver?

In most cases, a car insurance policy will cover the damages when a pedestrian is hit by a car. However, there are times when the policy may not be enough to cover those damages, or when there some question as to who is responsible for the collision. Under Georgia law, drivers are required to have…

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Many School Playgrounds Have a Toxic Secret

In the never-ending quest to cut costs, schools are always looking for ways to lower maintenance needs. They seem to have succeeded in doing this with playgrounds by replacing the old school, hard rubber tiles with those cushy crumb rubber surfaces. If you have ever fallen on that black rubber tile surface you know it…

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The Dangers Hot Cars Pose to Children

Children should never be left inside of a vehicle, even if it is only for a few minutes. A vehicle parked outside on a warm day can get very hot, very quickly. Jan Null, an adjunct professor at San Francisco State University, explained to Heatkills.org that “basically the car becomes a greenhouse. At 70 degrees…

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