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March 2013 Archives

Baltimore car accident in rush hour traffic kills woman

Every day during rush hour in large cities like Baltimore, and in its smaller suburbs, drivers get into car accidents. The morning radio shows are continuously updated with the locations of the most recent car wrecks and advice regarding the roads to avoid due to blocked lanes and on-scene medical personnel. Whether the accidents are caused by people fiddling with cell phones, juggling breakfast, looking through files, or simply not paying attention, rush hour can be a very dangerous time to drive. While some of these collisions are simply frustrating fender-benders, others can turn into fatal car accidents.

Surgical equipment left inside thousands of patients each year

When patients go to a hospital for a surgical procedure, they often feel nervous. Whether the hospital is located in Baltimore or another state, patients have common fears prior to surgery. Some patients might be concerned about needles necessary for intravenous fluids. Others are uncomfortable with the concept of anesthesia and may be worried about unexpected complications during the surgery. Many patients have anxiety wondering about their pain levels once the surgery is complete. Rarely, however, do patients worry that a surgical error will result in a sponge or gauze being left inside their bodies.

Maryland family claims teenager died from energy drink

Energy drinks pumped full of caffeine are all the rage among young people. The beverage aisles in local convenience stores are full of cleverly promoted drinks claiming to provide a burst of nonstop energy. While teenagers are prohibited from purchasing alcohol and cigarettes, there are no regulations when it comes to buying energy drinks which are generally considered to be harmless.

New MD bill removes breed-specific language from animal-attack laws

If you've ever been the victim of a dog bite in Maryland, or know of someone who has, you know how bad a situation like that can be. And while the initial situation is traumatic, the aftermath is filled with enormous medical costs, long recovery time, and the uncertainty of whether the pet's owner will be held responsible for your injuries.

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