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December 2015 Archives

How can I prevent my children from suffering a dog attack?

As a parent, you know how curious and excitable children can get around animals. In Connecticut, there are laws in place that grant you legal recourse if your child suffers a bite or an attack. Preventing that attack from ever happening is understandably your priority, as these incidents can leave physical and emotional scars that last a lifetime.

Understanding the factors behind diagnostic errors

Unfortunately for many patients in New London, diagnostic errors remain a real threat. At Beebe and O’Neil, we know how dangerous it is for a medical professional to misdiagnose an health problem. However, knowing the circumstances that lead to these situations can prevent you from becoming a victim.

Tips for preventing Georgia truckers from driving while drowsy

In July 2013, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association implemented new guidelines intended to reduce trucker fatigue in Georgia and across the country. The regulations were met with mixed responses. According to the written testimony of The American Trucking Associations, Inc., 66 percent of truck drivers surveyed actually reported feeling even more fatigued after the changes took effect.

Connecticut urologist costs man a testicle in botched procedure

The decision to have a vasectomy may not be easy. Someone in Connecticut choosing to go through with the procedure may understandably have concerns regarding if the surgery is safe. While many men undergo the process without incident, that was not the case for one patient at the University of Connecticut Health Center.

Report: Teens who witness drunk driving are likely to repeat it

Connecticut has strict laws in place that govern teenage drivers and alcohol. If a 16- or 17-year-old has a blood alcohol content of .02 or higher, he or she will face a license suspension period of at least one year. Unfortunately, teens in the state and across the country continue the behavior. One study found that these young drivers are actually more likely to get behind the wheel inebriated if they have been passengers in a vehicle with a drunk driver.

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