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Keeping Connecticut Children Safe Around School Buses

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July 30th, 2017

Connecticut children will be back at school in just a few short weeks. Following these safety precautions can help avoid a Connecticut pedestrian accident, according to the NHTSA. Stand three huge steps back from the curb while waiting for the bus. Wait until the bus comes to a complete stop, doors open and the driver … Keep reading…

4 More Times When You Should Visit a Connecticut Emergency Room

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July 27th, 2017

A few days ago we posted 5 times when you should visit the local emergency room. There are times when emergency room staff are required to help you feel better and get back to feeling healthy. It is extremely important to be seen in the emergency room if you or anyone you are with experiences … Keep reading…

5 Times When You Should Visit a Connecticut Emergency Room

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July 24th, 2017

Most people avoid visiting their local Connecticut emergency room if they can. Usually when we have a dull ache or pain, it is harmless, however, even the seemingly healthiest of individuals can have a medical emergency. It is extremely important to be seen in the emergency room if you or anyone you are with experiences … Keep reading…

Understanding Connecticut Youth Concussion Protocols

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July 21st, 2017

The start of practice for high school soccer, football, field hockey, and other fall sports will be here in the next few weeks. For many that means double sessions, late night practices, and heading down to the field to cheer on their favorite team. For the athletes, a more looming risk is on the field: … Keep reading…

Questions To Ask Before Placing Your Loved One In a Connecticut Nursing Home

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July 17th, 2017

Three Connecticut-based nursing home facilities were recently fined by the Connecticut Department of Public Health (DPH). A Plainville nursing home was fined for three instances, including one where a patient choked and died. Additionally, dietary restrictions were not followed causing allergic reactions to certain foods. A second facility in Madison was cited after a patient … Keep reading…

Connecticut Auto Accidents: Child Growth Plate Injuries

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July 14th, 2017

Connecticut auto accidents can affect the state‚Äôs youngest passengers. Children in a vehicle often are in the back seat during a car accident and hold no liability in the crash. When a child is in an auto accident and they break a bone, it can affect their growth plates. But what are growth plates?   … Keep reading…

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