There are so many nonprescription over-the-counter medications available today that it can be extremely overwhelming to know just the right one to buy.
In the landmark decision of Santiago v. Metro North Railroad, the Administrative Review Board held that Federal Rail Safety Act “Section 20109(c)(1) bars a railroad from denying, delaying, or interfering with an employee’s medical treatment throughout the period of treatment and recovery from a work injury.”
As SCOTUS Makes It Easier for TX Polluters, New Study Finds Increased Cancer Rates Around Ship Channel
Today, the United States Supreme Court issued a ruling that sided with the State of Texas in attacking the EPA’s ability to place limits on the amounts of mercury, acids, and other toxins may be released from industrial giants.
Nursing home care is often adversely affected due to poor communication.
We don’t know much yet about the plane crash in Alaska that killed the pilot and 8 tourists from the MS Westerdam.
Teens pose many challenges to loving families. Let us now add jacking up the price of auto insurance to the list.
A study led by Mark Neuman, MD, of the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine’s Department of Anesthesiology and Critical Care has found that hip fractures, which occur more than 300,000 times per year among elderly adults in the United States, can result in a loss of independence and higher rates of death in older adults.
Did you know you have been paying for underinsured motorist coverage as part of your auto policy? The purpose of underinsured motorist (UIM) coverage is to protect you if you are injured by a driver without enough insurance.
On June 2, 2015, the Suffolk County Legislature became the latest county legislature in New York to pass a “toxic-free toys” act.