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How to Avoid Concussion in Sports
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The brain is one of the most important parts of the body, and that is why it is enclosed and protected by the skull. But it is important to point out that the brain can still be damaged. This can happen in various ways, like when a person has been hit in the head, has hit his head on a surface, or has made...

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Threats to Pedestrian Safety
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Threats to Pedestrian Safety Car accidents, more often than not, are due to the negligent or reckless behavior of drivers, making these totally preventable incidents. Thus, if a driver fails to observe safety traffic rules, such as fail to respect traffic signal lights, drive recklessly, drive while intoxicated or allow distraction to get the better of him/her while behind the wheel, then him/her colliding...

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Common Conditions for Car Crashes
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Car accidents happen for various reasons and in various locations. Some locations, however, are more susceptible to auto accidents. One of the most common places for accidents is a parking lot. The primary reason for parking lot accidents is speeding. Many drivers fail to abide by parking lot speed limits and end up causing an accident. Parking lot crashes occur frequently also because drivers...

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The Most Vulnerable Victims of Sexual Abuse
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Sexual abuse happens when someone, like a medical employee in a nursing home, initiates physical or sexual contact with another without his or her consent. Most of the time, abusers do this because they know they can get away with it. But they shouldn’t, and you can help protect your vulnerable loved one in a nursing home by understanding the nature of sexual abuse....

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How Hypnosis Works and What Issues It can Address
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A research conducted in 2007 revealed to a number of psychologists that hypnosis can significantly reduce the pain felt by burn victims during debridement of wounds (debridement is the removal of dead, devitalized, contaminated tissue, and any other foreign material from a wound which inhibit healing. In 2009, another psychology expert, who has conducted extensive research on hypnosis and pain management, found out that...

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