After you survive any kind of traffic accident, there is a very good chance that you will experience some form of whiplash. This injury takes many forms and may require weeks or months of treatment, depending on the severity of the injury.
Commercial motor vehicle drivers in Ohio and across America should know that there are two upcoming inspection sprees, both concerned with enforcing brake safety guidelines. The two initiatives form part of Operation Airbrake, a program started back in 1998 by the Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. During the past 20 years, more than 3.4 million brakes have been inspected.
Most Ohio residents have heard accounts of individuals who have suffered complications during or after surgery. However, when a loved one suffers complications, the reality of how devastating surgical errors can be reaches home.
After surviving a truck accident, it can be overwhelming to determine what to do next. Like all traffic accidents, even if you don't believe that you were injured, you should always get a medical examination to identify injuries you may not have noticed.
Early-stage pancreatic cancer patients in Columbus may soon have a promising new treatment option. A recent study found that a four-drug chemotherapy treatment used for late-stage pancreatic cancer patients can help early-stage patients live significantly longer than the current standard chemo treatment.
Ohio fitness enthusiasts know that sore muscles often follow a heavy workout. In rare cases, however, muscle pain can be a symptom of something much more serious.