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September 2018 News

How to Safely Trick-Or-Treat With Kids

41.2 million goblins, ghosts, superheroes and princesses went trick-or-treating on Halloween in 2015. 
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Proton Pump Inhibitors: How Long Term Use is Linked to Deadly Side Effects

Proton Pump Inhibitors, or PPIs, reduce stomach acid by blocking the enzyme that produces the acids.
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Night Driving Safety Tips

Driving at night can be significantly more dangerous than driving during the day. 
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What You Need to Know About Your Teen's Driving Restrictions

The state of Tennessee has created a multi-step licensing process for teenage drivers. 
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Why You Should Get A Second Opinion on Your Defective Medical Device

If you believe that the medical device prescribed to you or installed during surgery has malfunctioned or is no longer working, it is important for you to seek a second opinion. 
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The Stages of Grief After a Loved One's Wrongful Death

Losing a loved one due to wrongful death can be overwhelming, stressful and nearly impossible to handle.
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Preventing Medication Errors to Avoid Injury and Illness

Medication errors are all too common these days even though there are research, train and technology out there to prevent these errors. 
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Manufacturing Flaws: How Poor Communication is Often to Blame

While there are many moving parts in the manufacturing process that make mistakes inevitable, there are steps manufacturers can take to greatly reduce the incidence rate of problems. 
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The Most Common Signs of Tire Failure

It doesn't matter what type of car you drive, you rely on your tires to get you from point A to point B in a safe and efficient manner. 
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