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  • Stroller Recall Alert: Safety 1st Strollers Pose Fall Hazard
    Stroller Recall Alert: Safety 1st Strollers Pose Fall Hazard

    San Diego parents of small children should be aware of a recent recall involving Safety 1 st brand strollers. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), a product defect may ...

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  • Strollers and Carriers Injure Two Children Every Hour
    Strollers and Carriers Injure Two Children Every Hour

    Parents of young children rely on strollers and carriers to transport their children safely while on the go. However, these products are linked to more injuries than many would expect. According to a ...

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  • Study Confirms Bike Helmets Help Prevent Traumatic Brain Injuries
    Study Confirms Bike Helmets Help Prevent Traumatic Brain Injuries

    Wearing a helmet could save your life in a serious San Diego bicycle crash. When bicyclists suffer a head injury, wearing a bike helmet reduces the risk of suffering a severe traumatic brain injury ...

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  • California Drunk Driving Crashes Spike on Labor Day Weekend
    California Drunk Driving Crashes Spike on Labor Day Weekend

    Many Americans celebrate the unofficial end of summer with cookouts, beach parties, and other activities that often involve alcohol. As a result, Labor Day is also one of the deadliest weekends of the ...

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  • Should California Ban Eating Behind the Wheel?
    Should California Ban Eating Behind the Wheel?

    Cell phones aren’t the only distractions that pose serious risks to drivers. Studies show that any behavior that takes a driver’s attention away from the roadway can increase the risk of a serious ...

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  • Lack of Hospital Interpreters Increases Risk of Medical Errors
    Lack of Hospital Interpreters Increases Risk of Medical Errors

    Hospital translators can help prevent medical errors. Yet many hospitals are not properly staffed. U.S. hospitals that receive federal funds are required to offer some type of translation assistance ...

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