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FDA recalls mislabeled pain medications

A recent medication recall by the Food and Drug Administration illustrates the dangers of mislabeled prescriptions. The FDA ordered drug manufacturer Bryant Ranch Prepack to recall a lot of 500 mg methocarbamol bottles that actually contained 750 mg tablets. Learn...

Hebron collision kills two, injures two others

One might see a new teenage driver take to the road in Kentucky and find it difficult not to feel the excitement that comes with driving that the teen exudes. Most people understand the need for new drivers to gain experience behind the wheel. However, many may not...

How common are surgical errors?

Even the most routine of surgical procedures comes with some risks, but patients should feel confident when going under the knife. Unfortunately, the negligence of surgeons and other medical professionals can lead to devastating injury and even death. But how common...

Is your infant’s car seat right for her?

Kentucky car accidents are often harrowing, dangerous collisions for everyone involved, but especially little ones. According to the CDC, buckling children into age and size-appropriate car seats can reduce the risk of injury in a crash by up to 82%. If you have an...

Analyzing data on pedestrian accidents

Whether you walk near traffic for lengthy periods of time on a daily basis or you occasionally walk near the road, it is vital to understand the risks you face. Unfortunately, many pedestrian accidents take place because of negligent drivers, such as those who drink...

How are traumatic brain injuries treated?

A serious car accident can cause a wide range of damaging effects. This includes traumatic brain injuries (TBI), which can have lasting consequences depending on the severity of the injuries. According to the Mayo Clinic, TBI effects can range from mild to severe....