Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is common effect of an accident--from crashing your car to falling on a slippery floor. Often, brain injuries go undetected--and untreated--for too long. When finally discovered, such injuries can be difficult to recover from.
As you get older, your body becomes frailer, and your bones become more brittle. A stumble on the sidewalk may lead to a broken hip--when, as a child, it would've only left a bruise. This is an expected part of the aging process.
We use hundreds of products every day--most of them without even really noticing. We trust the corporations that manufacture these products to do so responsibly, and to meet national safety standards.
The holiday season is an exciting time of year. It's your annual occasion to bake Christmas cookies, go caroling and drink eggnog. Family traditions are strong at this time of year.
Cycling has seen a surge in popularity in recent years. One increasingly common way for city dwellers to ride their bikes is by participating in a group ride. Group rides take place all across the country, they're free of charge and they're open to the public.
There's nothing quite like gathering with friends and family for a good old-fashioned cook-out. You grill some meat, you share some beers and you enjoy the great outdoors together. There's a quiet simplicity about it, which makes it both fun and relaxing.
The Fourth of July is just around the corner. Time to celebrate the nation's Independence Day with hot dogs, beer, American flag cake, and of course--fireworks. Many families will watch a professional fireworks display--either in person or on TV. Leaving pyrotechnics shows to the professionals is by far the safest way to experience such an event.
In any city in the U.S., you'll find an intersection or stretch of the road that local drivers will know to circumvent. Certain areas, for a variety of reasons, can be magnets for car crashes, and those who wish to get to their destination without incident will dodge them accordingly.