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In October, Southwest Georgia Regional Medical Center in Cuthbert became the eighth rural hospital in Georgia to shut down in the past ten years. As rural hospitals in Georgia and across the country shutter, air ambulances have become much more important to patients in remote areas with urgent medical needs. Air ambulances reach areas ground…

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The state of Georgia and its many parks offer a variety of waterways and lakes for boating and other recreational activities. However, boating can be dangerous and cause serious accidents and injuries. Although most people don’t think about carbon monoxide poisoning as a boating risk, an Oklahoma mother is sounding the alarm after losing her…

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A recently published study shows that a better understanding of the relationship between patients and drug-resistant bacteria is crucial to preventing the spread of infection within hospitals. With a more detailed knowledge of the extent to which certain bacteria can spread, medical facilities can take better care to protect patients from life-threatening diseases. The research,…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has sent shockwaves through nearly every industry in the country, affecting them in different ways. We remember the toilet paper and cleaning supply shortages in the spring of 2020, although supply eventually caught up with demand. Another similarly affected industry is automotive and transportation manufacturers. With more people working at home and…

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It is likely safe to say we all remember the Takata Corporation, the company behind the largest product safety recall in history. More than two dozen people lost their lives due to Takata’s defective airbags, with hundreds more suffering serious injuries. The company declared bankruptcy in 2018, selling the majority of its assets to Joyson…

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You’ve probably heard of carbon monoxide poisoning at some point in your life. You at least know enough to understand that it’s dangerous, but do you know where it comes from or how to prevent it from harming you, your family or your pets? According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), approximately 430 people…

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Auto manufacturers try to stay on top of notifying vehicle owners of recalls when they become necessary. Sometimes the vehicle owner might sense something is wrong with their car before the notice is even sent out. When this happens, you can check to see whether any issues have been identified before you experience a serious…

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Bringing a child into your life is the ultimate responsibility. Tending to their needs to make sure they grow into happy, healthy adults is a 24-hour-a-day task that can often feel like an impossible balancing act. Even when you’re diligently watching out for your child’s safety and wellbeing, things can happen. November is Child Safety…

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No one boarding a plane wants to think about the potential that they might not make it to their destination in one piece, but for an average of 498 passengers and pilots per year, it’s a reality. Depending upon the airplane, an engine failure may or may not lead to catastrophic events that end in…

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