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How Can You Help Prevent Medication Errors?

After your latest routine check-up, you learned you have a health condition that requires medication. You may worry less about your prescriptions’ effects and more about human errors that could put your health at risk.

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Why Is the Dixie Highway so Dangerous for Drivers?

If you live in or near Louisville, you undoubtedly have driven on the Dixie Highway. For decades, area residents have referred to Highway 60 as the “Dixie Dieway” due to the catastrophic accidents that regularly occur on it.

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Can You Detect Abuse in A Nursing Home?

When you place your loved one in a Kentucky nursing home facility, you rely on the staff to provide compassionate, quality care.

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What Are the Two Types of Brachial Plexus Injury?

Birth injuries can occur due to complications during labor and delivery. For example, sometimes the doctor has to apply traction to a baby’s head for extrication.

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What Are Some Causes of Drowsy Driving?

You expect your fellow drivers to be alert as you navigate local neighborhood roads and highways. Unfortunately, some people get behind the wheel in a drowsy state.

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Nursing Homes Making False Diagnoses to Overmedicate Patients

Making the decision to move a parent into a Kentucky nursing home is rarely easy. Yet, if your parent needs more care than you or other loved ones are able to give, you may need to do so to protect your parent’s safety.

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How Supply Chain Issues Could Increase the Risk for Truck Accidents

Stressors stemming from supply chain pressure points added to the nation’s already-strained logistics infrastructure could increase the risk of truck accidents everywhere.

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What Can Hospitals Do to Improve Patient Safety?

As a patient, you should ask questions of your doctors and be proactive in your care to help keep you safe from medical errors.

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What Causes Truck Driver Fatigue?

When sharing the road with big rigs, there is an inherent risk to smaller vehicles. If the trucker happens to be drowsy, it heavily increases the risk.

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When the Sun Goes Down, Roadway Risk Goes Up.

Driving in daylight allows drivers a great deal of confidence. The sunshine illuminates everything around them and makes it easy to see signs, navigate unfamiliar roadways and respond to hazards.

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