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If you know someone who rides a motorcycle, you’ve probably heard at least one story of how they laid a bike down. It’s unfortunate, but the fact of the matter is that motorcycle riders are much more vulnerable to suffering severe, even fatal injuries when they collide with vehicles or objects. Even riders who mind…

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It’s predictable that trucking accidents will happen. You just never think you’ll be involved in one. However, recently there have been numerous truck accidents on the roadways across Georgia. Truck accidents are unpredictable and can leave a path of destruction in their wake. Victims involved can experience everything from minor injuries to death depending upon…

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It’s hard to turn on your television without running across a home renovation show. There are entire channels dedicated to updating homes, and construction shows have turned hosts into brands for everything from wall paint to furniture. The DIY revolution has empowered a lot of homeowners to use the same design inspiration by finding less…

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On March 18, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) lifted hours-of-service (HOS) regulations for commercial vehicles carrying certain emergency supplies, including fuel, medical equipment and food. “These exemptions will remain in effect until the termination of the emergency or April 12, whichever comes first,” Transport Topics reports. Drivers must also take a minimum of…

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How many times have you seen police chases on the news? Even television shows like Cops and Live P.D. routinely display police pursuits unfolding right in front of us, but from a safe distance. Anyone over the age of 35 is familiar with the most notorious chase in modern history when O.J. Simpson led police…

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More than 34 million Americans suffer from diabetes, and approximately 90 to 95% of diabetics have type 2 diabetes. Sodium-glucose Cotransporter-2 (SGLT2) Inhibitors, a class of prescription drugs used to lower blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes, are marketed as reducing the risk of end-stage kidney disease and other complications of type 2…

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Every year the World Health Organization and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention launch a national campaign in favor of influenza vaccination. Scientists work on vaccines to help safeguard our health as best they can, despite knowing how unpredictable influenza can be. Despite the type of flu virus, symptoms typically present with aches, fever, chills,…

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We always worry about new drivers being on the road, but knowing what to do in the event of a car crash is an entirely different kind of concern. Anything can go wrong causing injury out on the road. Your only concern is making sure that your teen comes home safely, which doesn’t always happen.…

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