Month: March 2014

iPad Helps Diagnose Concussions

If you think that iPads are just entertainment devices, you should read about St. Edward High School in Ohio athletic trainer Jason Cruickshank. He uses an iPad to help diagnose his student athlete concussions. Using the tablet with the C3 Logix concussion app, the coach has a baseline measure of all his athletes’ cognitive function, balance, …

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NC State Regulators and Duke Energy Worki Together to Reduce Pollution Penalties

March 20, 2014 Last month, a pipe beneath a coal ash retention pond owned by Duke Energy burst, causing an estimated 39,000 tons of coal ash combined with 27 million gallons of contaminated water into the Dan River. The pollution puts citizens in Virginia and North Carolina at risk of potential Toxic Exposure from dangerous …

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North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers Giving Back to The Community

March 13, 2014 The North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers with HensonFuerst have been extremely busy lately, working to raise awareness about several causes that are close to our hearts. This past Saturday, one of the firm’s attorneys, Thomas Henson, participated in the 2014 Ride For The Rock, which was hosted by the Brain Injury Association …

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