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  • Portable Generator Manufacturers Know They Could Make Their Products Safer but Many Don’t – and a Family of Three Paid the Price

    Last September, a mother and her two sons died from carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning inside their home after their portable generator’s shut-off switch seemingly failed to activate. The generator was on the family’s porch instead of being a minimum of 20 feet away from the home, but the unit was also equipped with a supposedly[…]

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    Why Are Car Accidents More Common in the Fall?

    Most people think winter is the most dangerous time of the year for car accidents. While winters in Pennsylvania come with inherent risks, the fall season contributes its own share of hazards to motorists and others on the road. It is also a time of year when the weather is unpredictable. Car accidents happen more[…]

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    New Hard Hat Technology Offers Added Protection Against Brain Injuries

    Hard hats were invented just over 100 years ago, and it is safe to say that the technology has not changed that drastically in the last 50 to 60 years – until now.  A hard hat is a type of helmet that is typically used in workplace environments to protect the head from injury due[…]

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    CPSC Issues New Safety Standard for Magnets

    News recently broke that the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has approved a new federal safety standard to prevent children and teens from sustaining potentially life-threatening injuries from accidentally ingesting high-powered magnets. The Commission’s new mandatory standard requires loose or separable magnets in certain products to be either too large to swallow, or weak enough[…]

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    How Do Medication Errors Happen?

    People of all ages take medications prescribed for ongoing medical conditions as well as to treat one-time illnesses. These medications are intended to help the patient manage the condition, not cause further harm. However, medical errors are quite common, leading to injury or death. The most common type of this form of medical malpractice is[…]

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