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What constitutes medical malpractice?

Oct 27, 2017

What constitutes medical malpractice? What constitutes medical malpractice? Medical malpractice, in terms of the legal definition, is when a medical provider violates what’s called a standard of care. For example, a doctor is negligent if they fail to do something that they should have done. Or, if they did something in the manner that was…
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Is Drywall Dust Harmful?

Oct 23, 2017

In the construction industry, workers deal with drywall on a routine basis. They install it and tear it out when necessary. Unfortunately, both the drywall itself and the joint compound (mud) used contain hazardous substances. Short- and long-term exposure to drywall dust can cause adverse health consequences. What Is Drywall Dust? After installers attach drywall…
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What Causes Bedsores?

Oct 16, 2017

Bedsores, or pressure sores, are open ulcers that result from constant pressure and the reduction of blood flow in a particular area. They commonly occur when illnesses, injuries, and/or the aging process confines individuals to beds and wheelchairs for prolonged periods. Bedsores are painful. They can open the body to infection, and they take far…
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