J&J Sunscreens Recalled Due to Issues with Benzene

One product that most people have definitely been using throughout the summer is sunscreen – and with good reason. Sunscreen helps to reduce the signs of aging, limit the appearance of sunspots, protect your skin from sunburn, and avoid broken blood vessels. It’s also supposed to reduce your risk of developing skin cancer. However, this…

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Why Alabama Passengers Need to Wear Seatbelts

Anyone who has ever taken on the responsibility of driving has been told about the importance of wearing your seatbelt. Whether the warnings came from your parents or driving instructors, we all have been warned about the dangerous consequences that await should you choose to drive without your seatbelt on. Still, many drivers are continuing…

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Defective Truck Parts Are Dangerous and Deadly

Imagine driving alongside an 18-wheeler truck carrying precious cargo. Suddenly, without warning, one of the truck’s tires blows out and the truck driver loses control of the truck. The cargo becomes unreleased, and everything is flying across the interstate. This results in a collision with multiple vehicles. As scary as this is for some drivers…

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Why Are Burn Injuries Considered Catastrophic Injuries?

A burn injury causes damage to the skin or deeper tissues after coming in contact with flames, hot liquids, hot surfaces, and other sources of high heat. Some burns – like when you touch a hot stove – don’t require much more than some cool (never icy) water, a little burn cream, and a bandage…

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Can a Car Accident Cause a Herniated Disc?

People involved in car accidents often suffer herniated discs, which make it challenging to lie down, sit, stand, walk, run, and perform everyday activities. If you are involved in a car accident and complain of back pain, the doctor will immediately check you for a herniated disc. The discs in your body can bulge, herniate,…

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Veterans Homes Hit Hardest by COVID-19 Pandemic

A nursing home was the worst place to live in the height of the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether it was in New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, California, or any other state, nursing homes were hit incredibly hard by the virus. Veterans’ homes had it even worse. There are 150 veterans’ homes across the country. In those…

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