Poor Ventilation Systems in Several Virginia Schools Pose Health Threats to Students

Nov 26, 14 Poor Ventilation Systems in Several Virginia Schools Pose Health Threats to Students

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Schools have been bolstering their safety measures for students now more so than ever before, but there’s still one safety concern that many teachers, administrators, and parents tend to forget about: the quality of the air circulating through school buildings. Sure, when the weather starts getting colder every year, adults...

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Recent Forklift Incidents Spell Danger, Death for Three, Highlighting Need for Safety Observation

Nov 26, 14 Recent Forklift Incidents Spell Danger, Death for Three, Highlighting Need for Safety Observation

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On average, it’s estimated that a shocking one in four transport-related workplace accidents will involve a forklift truck. This makes the forklift one of the biggest safety hazards in any workplace where it is used. So it’s not much of a surprise, then, that three forklift-related incidents have taken place across the...

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A-list Dermatologist Who Treated Michael Jackson Continues Downward Spiral

Nov 19, 14 A-list Dermatologist Who Treated Michael Jackson Continues Downward Spiral

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Dr. Arnold Klein, the A-list dermatologist who once treated several of Hollywood’s biggest stars, continues his steady decline that started after the 2009 death of his long-time patient Michael Jackson. Once deemed the “the father of modern cosmetic dermatology” by his office manager, Jason Pfeiffer, the celebrity skin...

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Tracking Psychosocial Factors in Electronic Records Could Lead to Better Overall Health, Panel Suggests

Nov 18, 14 Tracking Psychosocial Factors in Electronic Records Could Lead to Better Overall Health, Panel Suggests

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Electronic medical records have been touted as an easy and effective way of keeping track of all the little things doctors check at routine visits — blood pressure, weight and so forth — as well as preventing treatment errors in emergency situations and increasing the efficiency of medical administration (by about 6%...

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Police Body Camera Bill Approved by Baltimore City Council

Nov 13, 14 Police Body Camera Bill Approved by Baltimore City Council

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Baltimore police officers may soon be equipped with body cameras, after the City Council voted on Monday to make the equipment a requirement for every officer in the city. The councilman behind the body camera bill, Warren Branch, has said that an overwhelming number of Baltimore residents have reached out to him personally,...

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