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CDC Releases Physical Inactivity Map

February 3, 2020

Post by Sarah Schindler, Esq. (Featured Photo: Our very own Dr. Philip Robin snowboarding in one of the nation’s most physically active states.) On January 16th, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released a map charting adult physical inactivity across the United States. The results might surprise you. For starters, ALL states and territories had […]

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July 19, 2018

MGM is suing the victims of the October 1, 2017 mass shooting where Stephen Paddock, from the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel, killed 58 people and wounded 500 others attending an outdoor music concert. MGM is not suing for money. They are suing under the Federal Declaratory Judgment Act where a judge is […]

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Infection From Open Heart Surgery

February 17, 2017

Over 250,000 heart bypass surgeries are performed in the United States each year. During the procedure a device that heats and cools the circulating blood is used to maintain a specific temperature. Over the past two years, The FDA has expressed an increasing concern that a heating cooling device manufactured in Germany, the Sorin 3T, […]

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August 1, 2016

In the era of newborn identification – using banding, barcodes, and all of our sophisticated electronic gadgets, one would think that the issue of misidentification of newborns had long since passed. Unfortunately, this continues to be an issue. The report on the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority website, based on error reports made from healthcare facilities […]

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Advice on Keeping Children Safe Near Water

July 21, 2016

Throughout the summer months we continue to hear tragic and frightening stories about children drowning in pools, lakes and oceans. Drowning can occur in an instant, with or without supervision it is important that parents and supervisors are aware that every child is at risk, even if the child can swim.  A new report released […]

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