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January 2019 Archives

Low-speed car crashes and the “silent epidemic”

You may think of a brain injury in connection with sports; for instance, it is common for football players to experience concussions. However, vehicle crashes, along with falls, account for most of the traumatic brain injuries reported each year in the United States. Do you know why people refer to TBI as the “silent epidemic"?

During the shutdown, federal employees at higher risk of injury

This year, Martin Luther King Jr. Day marks the 30th day of the partial government shutdown. For the last month, upwards of 800,000 federal government employees and contractors have either been without a job or been forced to work without pay.

The link between road construction and car crashes

When you are trying to get somewhere in Illinois within a particular timeframe, road construction can throw a wrench in the works and cause frustrating delays. While construction zones can prove annoying, they can also prove highly dangerous, with America’s construction zones becoming increasingly common sites for car wrecks.

Don't let your new year's resolutions land you in the hospital

The new year is upon us. If you're eager to get rid of the extra weight you put on over the holidays, you may have made a new year's resolution to bump up your exercise routine. Many Americans approach work-out resolutions with gusto--vowing to shed excess pounds and convert their bodies into lean, mean, exercising machines.

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