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Deadly – and Often Unseen – Hazards: Combustible Dust in the Workplace

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) wants employers – and workers – to know just how dangerous combustible dust is, and how it can result in explosions and flash fires in the workplace. Because it is the legal responsibility of employers to maintain a safe working atmosphere for every worker, taking precautionary measures to[…]

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Holiday Truck Accidents

With the popularity of online holiday shopping increasing each year, you may assume that traffic accidents and fatalities decrease. It is quite the opposite. In fact, trucking accidents increase as much as 10 percent during the holiday season as weary and fatigued drivers work tirelessly to deliver online purchases ahead of the holiday. The following[…]

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Report Shows Car Seat Safety on the Decline – Do you Know the Common Mistakes?            

A recent report shows that parents and caregivers are prone to becoming less strict with proper car seat use when their children grow older, and that approximately one-third of all children ages 8 to 12 are allowed to sit in the front seat of cars. Misusing car and booster seats and permitting children who do[…]

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Galfand Berger’s 2017 Contribution to Philabundance’s Camp Out For Hunger Campaign

Every year, the non-profit food bank Philabundance organizes the “Camp Out For Hunger” campaign along with Preston and Steve from local radio station 93.3 WMMR. The campaign aims to combat food insecurity; at least 1 in 5 Philadelphians are food insecure, which means they are unsure of when and where their next meal will be[…]

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What the New Blood Pressure Guidelines Mean for Millions of Americans       

When it comes to blood pressure levels, people have long been told that aiming for anything below 140/90 is sufficient for avoiding hypertension, or high blood pressure. However, the American Heart Association (AHA) has joined with the American College of Cardiology (ACC) for the first time in 14 years to release new blood pressure guidelines,[…]

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