Memorial Day weekend marks the unofficial start of summer for many families around the country.
Electronic medical records are supposed to make healthcare more personalized, more convenient and more effective, but recent events show they may pose some very serious risks to patients, sometimes resulting in inaccurate diagnoses that could lead to poor outcomes and even death.
Earlier this month, we reported that researchers in Canada concluded that norovirus can spread by air, according to a publication in the highly respected Clinical Infectious Diseases.
Summer driving season is finally here. As usual, this Memorial Day Weekend comes with a safety reminder from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Texas ranks as the 10th most dangerous state for walking commuters, with nearly 4,200 pedestrian deaths between 2003 and 2012.
Nursing home neglect cases are considered medical malpractice lawsuits. Medical malpractice lawsuits are among the most difficult a lawyer will ever handle.
Indiana has the worst, IMO, workers’ compensation laws for workers in the country. I haven’t met one attorney who will take a work comp case there because the laws are so bad against employees in favor of employers.
The old saying “dogs are a man’s best friend” might be news to the more than four million people bitten each year — most often children and senior citizens.
Takeda, the manufacturer of Actos, has agreed to pay $nearly $2.4 billion to settle bladder cancer claims brought by users.