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  • Planning Winter Fun? Here Are Tips for Avoiding a Slope Accident

    More than 9 million people take to the slopes each winter in the U.S. to enjoy skiing, snowboarding, and snow tubing. However, going down a snowy mountain at a high rate of speed does present risks. According to the National Ski Areas Association (NSAA), data for the past 10 years show an average of 40[…]

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    Burnout Rates in Physician Assistants Endanger Vulnerable Patients

    Physician assistants (or physician associates) are mid-level medical workers who can diagnose illnesses, develop and manage treatment plans, and prescribe medications. In some cases, they act as principal providers for their patients. A recent study published in the journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) found that burnout in physician assistants is a[…]

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    Five Reasons Why Employees Lose Workers’ Compensation Benefits

    Pennsylvania Law requires that all employers carry workers’ compensation insurance.  Employees who are injured on the job or contract an illness due to working conditions have the right to seek Workers’ Compensation benefits. Workers’ Compensation can help the employee pay for medical bills and recover some of their lost wages. Under Pennsylvania law, the following[…]

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    Six Injured When SEPTA Trolley, Freight Train Collided in Darby

    Massive Trolley Train Collide, A SEPTA trolley and a freight train collided during the Thursday morning commute in Darby, Pennsylvania; injuring six passengers, including the trolley operator. The Trolley and Train Collide happened around 8:30 a.m. and occurred at South 6th and Main streets in Darby. According to SEPTA’s real-time tracker, the trolley was headed[…]

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    What Are the Most Dangerous Toys of 2021?

    Toy safety is a critical concern throughout the year, especially during the holiday season. Gift-givers should use caution when choosing toys for the children on their lists, especially those who are 5 years old and younger. The statistics around toy safety are sobering. According to World Against Toys Causing Harm (W.A.T.C.H.) one child is treated[…]

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