Personal Injury

New “Click It or Ticket” Campaign Targets Passengers

The Department of Transportation recently launched a new PSA campaign intended to encourage North Carolina passengers to buckle up. According to a recent NCDOT press release, front seat passenger seatbelt usage dropped in 2013 to 84.9 percent, down nearly one percentage point from the previous year. In North Carolina, every passenger in a motor vehicle …

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HensonFuerst Investigating Link Between Morcellation Surgery & Cancer Spread

Women who have had uterine surgery or hysterectomy can tell you that the recovery can be long and painful. So when a new technique known as morcellation became available–which allowed laparoscopic hysterectomies or uterine fibroid removal–it was seen as a great medical step forward. Now, morcellation is being linked with the spread of a rare …

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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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