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Three Killed in Collision with Drunk Driver in North Carolina

A North Carolina man is behind bars for alleged DUI after a deadly crash that occurred in the early morning hours of November 8, 2014. The collision occurred on East Calhoun Street in Anderson when a 24-year-old male driver reportedly crossed the centerline and collided head-on with a car. The other driver, a 22-year-old male,… Read More »

North Carolina Man Charged in Connection with Fatal Motorcycle Accident

Police officers in Raleigh, North Carolina, have arrested a 51-year-old man in connection with a collision that killed a motorcyclist. The accident occurred on October 29 at the intersection of Old Poole Road and Poole Road in Raleigh. According to investigators, the man made an improper left turn, striking a motorcycle. The driver of the… Read More »

The Link Between Medical Malpractice and Cerebral Palsy

One of the most devastating tragedies a parent can experience is having a child born with a birth injury. Unfortunately, medical professionals can occasionally be responsible for these birth injuries, which could make them a viable target for a medical malpractice suit.  Cerebral palsy is a serious neurological problem caused by a lack of oxygen… Read More »

One Week, Three High School Football Deaths

Three high school football players, including one in Rolesville, North Carolina, have died in the span of less than a week. Each of these deaths was related to head injuries, according to doctors and parents close to the young men. These tragedies are merely the latest in what seems to be a growing problem in… Read More »

Brian Centers Under Fire for Alleged Elder Abuse

A number of North Carolina nursing homes have been the subject of controversy this year as family members allege their loved ones were subjected to abuse and substandard levels of care. The Brian Centers, which are owned by Atlanta-based Sava Senior Care, constitute 32 nursing homes and rehab centers in North Carolina. Now, several families… Read More »

Preventing Common Medication Errors

According to the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies, approximately 1.5 million people are affected by medication errors each year in the U.S., at a cost of around $3.5 billion. This makes medication errors one of the most common types of medical error, and one of the most costly.  Medication errors can be defined… Read More »

Liquid Nicotine Poisoning on the Rise

A Washington toddler was poisoned recently after drinking a container of liquid nicotine. According to Dr. Alexander Garrard of the Washington Poison Center, liquid nicotine bottles are easy to open, and because the liquid comes in sweet-smelling flavors, the danger to small children is considerable. He says calls about the poison have increased substantially in… Read More »

Recent Crashes Raise Concern About Driver’s Ed Funding

The deaths of two students and the injury of another in recent Wake County car crashes come as North Carolina schools struggle to find a way to pay for driver’s education courses. Lawmakers cut off state funding for the programs, a decision that goes into effect next July. Originally, $3 million was slated to go… Read More »

New Studies Suggest Voice-Activated Devices Are Just As Distracting

Two recent studies of voice-activated systems in automobiles seem to indicate that these systems, touted by manufacturers due to their supposedly safer hands-free capabilities, are just as dangerous and distracting as having your cell phone in your hand or your fingers fiddling with the radio dial or GPS. One of the main problems, researchers say,… Read More »

Hurricanes’ Skinner Out With Concussion

Jeff Skinner of the NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes has suffered his third head injury in four years, the latest occurring just 12 seconds after he took the ice in a preseason game against the Washington Capitals. He was diagnosed with a concussion and doctors will continue to monitor him on an ongoing basis.  While concussions are… Read More »

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