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Do these things to avoid a costly misdiagnosis

A medical misdiagnosis is a serious mistake that can and probably will impact you in many ways. With this in mind, it's imperative to take the steps necessary to prevent this from happening to you (or a loved one).
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How will you approach these wrongful death questions?

When it comes to matters of wrongful death, there is a good chance you have more questions than answers. While this is common, it doesn't mean you should hold back from learning more.
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High Temps Increase Dangers of Leaving Kids and Pets in Parked Cars

As the hottest months of the summer approach, the dangers of leaving your children and pets in a parked car increase. In the United States alone, an average of 37 children die every year from being left in a hot car. Here's why you should never leave your children or pets in a [...]
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Traumatic brain injury: Immediate diagnosis is important

Any type of brain injury, regardless of the cause or extent, requires immediate medical attention.
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Treatment for a spinal cord injury entails many things

Even a minor spinal cord injury is serious enough to alter your life in many ways. This is why it's so important to receive immediate medical treatment.
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There are different types of concussion

A blow to the head, such as in a motor vehicle accident, can result in many types of injury.
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HIV drug linked to serious birth defects

An antiretroviral drug that is used to treat HIV has been linked to serious birth defects in children born to women who were taking the drug when they became pregnant and in the beginning of their first trimester. The drug, dolutegravir, is believed to increase a baby's chances [...]
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100,000 Americans die of pharmaceutical errors annually

Most adverse side effects to a prescription drug often occur because a drug manufacturer, doctor or pharmacist failed to disclose any known harm the medication could do to patients by taking it.
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What to expect and do after a pharmacy mistake

When your doctor prescribes a medication, you have every reason to believe that the information will be relayed to your pharmacy without incident.
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Take action if you were injured by a dangerous product

When you purchase any type of product, from a motor vehicle to a toy for your child, you have every right to assume that it will be 100 percent safe to use in the intended manner.
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