When two or more motor vehicles collide, the end result is often messy, horrifying injuries. People could lose limbs or experience traumatic crushing injuries that leave them unable to exit the vehicle. Those who appear to not have any dramatic, visible injuries could feel grateful just to walk away from the crash. However, they could be overlooking one of the most common and often overlooked injuries related to crashes.
A new study may offer hope for early-stage pancreatic cancer patients in Pennsylvania. The study found that a potent four-drug chemotherapy cocktail could help certain patients live significantly longer than the current standard chemo drug. The study was conducted by the Cancer Institute of Lorraine in France.
Do you cringe at the thought of creating an estate plan? Do you worry that your current estate plan is missing something important?
Even though you personally understand how dangerous it can be to drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs, never lose sight of the fact that others don't always take the same level of caution.
A new report called the 2016 Large Truck and Bus Crash Facts shows that the number of commercial trucks involved in fatal crashes rose by 3 percent in the year in question. This was published by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, the agency that regulates the U.S. trucking industry. Truckers in Pennsylvania will therefore want to know more about this increase and what the FMCSA thinks is causing it.
People awaiting surgeries in Pennsylvania naturally have concerns about complications. The case of a woman in Japan who had surgical sponges that had been left in her abdominal cavity for years illustrates the possibility of what the medical community calls a never event. These are things that medical providers should never let happen.
Even if you've been lucky enough to avoid trouble on the road in the past, you never know what could go wrong in the future.