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  • Keeping Our Children Safe
    Keeping Our Children Safe

    We all want to keep our children safe and secure and knowing how to prevent leading causes of child injury is a step towards this goal. Surprisingly, falls are the leading cause of non-fatal injuries ...

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  • Kitchens, Bathrooms and Bedrooms Also Pose A Slip and Fall Danger, Particularly to Older Citizens.
    Kitchens, Bathrooms and Bedrooms Also Pose A Slip and Fall Danger, Particularly to Older Citizens.

    Continuing our effort to provide prevention tips to avoid slip and falls in the home, we are providing the following suggestions to assure that your kitchen, bathroom and bedroom are safe: In the ...

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  • What You Can Do To Prevent Falls-
    What You Can Do To Prevent Falls-

    Prevention of slip and falls is not just a matter of making sure that your environment is as safe as possible. You can have an effect on the likelihood that you will suffer a slip and fall. There are ...

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  • For Parents and Coaches- On-Field Mental Status Evaluation
    For Parents and Coaches- On-Field Mental Status Evaluation

    The following are examples of questions recommended for high school age athletes who appear to have suffered a concussion. Any inability of the athlete to respond correctly to the questions should be ...

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  • CSCS Presents the Ethiopian Heritage College Scholarship
    CSCS Presents the Ethiopian Heritage College Scholarship

    The law firm of Chaikin, Sherman, Cammarata & Siegel, P.C. is proud to announce that the Ethiopian Heritage College Scholarship is currently taking applications for highschool seniors entering into an ...

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  • NHL Seems Ready to Join the NFL in Recognizing the Risk of Brain Injury As A Result of Concussion.
    NHL Seems Ready to Join the NFL in Recognizing the Risk of Brain Injury As A Result of Concussion.

    Recent reports indicate that the NHL has now recognized the likelihood of repeated concussions causing brain injury in hockey players over a long period of time. Both the NFL and NFL Players ...

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