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  • Recent San Diego Crashes Highlight Importance of Motorcycle Safety
    Recent San Diego Crashes Highlight Importance of Motorcycle Safety

    There have been several serious motorcycle crashes on San Diego roadways in recent months. In two accidents, motorcyclists were seriously injured when vehicles turned into their path. These accidents ...

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  • Clinical Trials Fail to Disclose Medical Treatment Risks
    Clinical Trials Fail to Disclose Medical Treatment Risks

    Doctors rely on clinical trial data when determining whether to recommend treatments to their patients. Unfortunately, the medical studies often fail to provide a clear picture of the treatment’s ...

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  • Concussions Common After San Diego Car Crashes
    Concussions Common After San Diego Car Crashes

    Following a San Diego car crash, most victims are relieved to discover that they haven’t suffered any serious injuries. They also may not want to make a “big deal” over what seems like just a bump to ...

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  • Should Parents Be Required to Take Driver's Ed?
    Should Parents Be Required to Take Driver's Ed?

    Driver’s education is a rite of passage for most teens. To increase road safety, many states are requiring parents to participate too. Teen Drivers Have High Crash Risks As we have previously ...

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  • California Bicycle Crash Victim Awarded $6.5 Million by City
    California Bicycle Crash Victim Awarded $6.5 Million by City

    The City of Los Angeles recently awarded $6.5 million to a bicyclist who suffered serious injuries while riding on a public street. Peter Godefroy was thrown from his bike after striking a pothole and ...

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  • Adolescents Prescribed Opioids After Common Surgeries Are at Risk of Addiction
    Adolescents Prescribed Opioids After Common Surgeries Are at Risk of Addiction

    A new study highlights that adults are not the only victims of the growing opioid epidemic. It found that pain medications prescribed after common surgeries may become a pathway to continued, ...

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