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Fewer Older People Hospitalized After Receiving Influenza Vaccine

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are recommending that anyone 65 years and older get their influenza vaccine – or flu shot – to decrease the likelihood of becoming ill this upcoming flu season. The flu is particularly dangerous for people over 65. The CDC estimates that somewhere between 71% and 85% of[…]

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Polaris Recalls Its 9th Vehicle in Six Months Due to Consumer Dangers

Vehicle manufacturing company Polaris recently made national news after recalling its eighth vehicle over just a five-month period. Shockingly, Polaris is now recalling its ninth vehicle in six months due to consumer hazards. In the past two years alone, Polaris has complied with over ten product recalls because of dangerous defects, many of which resulted[…]

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Lightning Safety for Outdoor Workers

According to the National Weather Service (NWS), lightning strikes over 25 million times in the U.S. every year. On average 300 people are struck by lightning annually, killing 40-50 and injuring dozens more. Employers are responsible for protecting their workers from lightning exposure and take other important safety precautions to lower the chances of these[…]

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National Safety Council: Tips for Safe Workplaces

The National Safety Council (NSC) recently partnered with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to prevent injury-causing and fatal work injuries. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reported in its 2014 census that nearly 5,000 workers were killed while on the job. The OSHA-NSC Alliance aims to implement different safety training programs in order[…]

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Opiates are Overprescribed to Mother’s After C-Sections

Three recent medical studies all suggest that new mothers may be prescribed opioids at too high of a rate after having Cesarean, or C-Sections. With evidence regularly proving how deadly and dangerous opioid painkillers can be, along with rates of addiction and overdose rapidly increasing across the United States, it is critical that doctors practice[…]

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