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Although dry drowning is a relatively new term for many parents, it has the potential to become their worst nightmare, especially as the hot summer months have kids clamoring for visits to the local lake or pool.
Dry drowning is a type of delayed drowning, when physical effects of drowning occur long after leaving the water. Unlike a near-drowning event, it can be difficult to notice the moment a child inhales water, putting his or her life in danger. Delayed drowning is extremely rare, but knowing what signs and symptoms to look out for can save lives.
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One of the most common traffic violations committed by any driver is driving with a burned-out headlight, taillight, brake light, or turn signal. While these traffic violations can be dangerous for drivers of pickup trucks, sedans, and SUVs, they can be extremely hazardous for drivers of semi-trucks—and the people driving near them. Burned out semi-truck […]
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When many people think of surgeons committing medical malpractice, they think of mistakes made during major operations like open-heart surgery, joint replacement, and organ transplantation. When surgeons make mistakes during these procedures, patients can develop serious and often fatal complications. However, there’s another type of surgery where major mistakes can happen that can also put […]
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Medical malpractice is often associated with surgeons, general practitioners, and other medical doctors who deal with physical ailments. However, there are many other types of medical doctors, including those who primarily deal with psychological ailments. Psychiatrists are medical professionals who specialize in mental health, and just like other types of doctors, they can make mistakes […]