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Tips to Prevent an Accidental Medication Overdose

Got a headache…stomachache…cough…allergies?  Chances are you have some common drugs in your medicine cabinet. We read the labels, take a pill or a teaspoon of liquid, and move on with our lives. Most of us don’t think twice about the risks of over-the-counter medications. Unfortunately, accidental overdose–in adults and small children–is more common than most people …

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Cheerleaders Are Athletes, part 2: Just Chunk It

Last week, in part one of this 3-part blog on Cheer safety, we told you about why it was important for Cheer to be recognized as a sport: namely, safety. Schools are required to provide trained coaches for athletes, and “real” sports are provided with the space and equipment necessary for safe practice. Cheer squads …

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North American Occupational Safety and Health Week

May 1-7, 2011, is North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week. NAOSH Week is intended to raise awareness about occupational safety, health and the environment. This is just one tool the 100-year-old American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) and its 32,000 occupational safety, health and environmental professional members use throughout the year to promote …

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Engineers Develop Portable Test for Concussion

This is not generally available yet, but engineers at Georgia Tech may have developed a simple way to diagnose concussion. If tests are as conclusive as expected, we may soon be seeing these devices on football fields and many other athletic events. The test goes like this:  The person who received a head injury walks …

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Flying the Sickly Skies

There are many people who travel as part of their job.  They travel a lot.  The majority of that traveling is  done on airplanes.  Everyone has heard that close quarters on an airplane can increase the chances of getting sick.  While most people focus on the re-circulated air in the plane, it is actually surface …

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Cheerleaders Are Athletes, Part One

What do you call an activity requires strength, stamina, flexibility, agility, planning, and coordination with team members?  What if the participants were required to train with weight-training and aerobic exercises?  And what if that activity was performed in gymnasiums, in stadiums, and on outdoor fields?  And what if teams competed regionally and nationally? That sure …

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