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What Should I Do if I am Burned in an Accident?

August 4, 2016

If you are involved in an accident, such as a car collision or an accident involving a campfire, you can suffer a burn. Burns can be as severe as other types of injuries, causing victims to suffer a loss of sensation in the affected body part, permanent scarring, and the psychological impact of surviving the […]

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Keep Your Child Safe at Summer Camp this Year

August 2, 2016

For many children and teens throughout the United States, spending time at summer camp is an integral part of summer vacation where new friendships and memories are made. If your child is heading off to camp this summer, whether he or she is going for the first time or as a summer camp veteran, it […]

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Exploring Your Debt Relief Options

July 27, 2016

When you are facing a significant level of personal debt, you might feel like you have no options. Do not think this way. You do have options, and these include far more productive strategies than simply doing nothing and allowing your home to go into foreclosure and your possessions to be repossessed. Although filing for […]

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What are My Rights Under the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act?

July 26, 2016

When you have outstanding debt, you probably face numerous calls from your creditors and in some cases, debt collection agencies. Although these calls are made to remind you of your debt obligation, they can easily seem pointed and even judgmental. You know that you need to pay your debt back and you might be taking […]

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Dry Drowning: An Unexpected Summer Fatality

July 21, 2016

This summer, you will probably go swimming at some point. You might have a swimming pool in your backyard, head to a local pool, lake, or pond, or take a vacation to the coast to enjoy the ocean. When you go swimming, you take certain precautions to reduce your chance of drowning, such as swimming […]

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Is This Age Discrimination?

July 6, 2016

There are many ways you can face discrimination at work. Race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, and your national origin are just a few of the many types of discrimination you can face. You can also face discrimination based on your age. This is a violation of the Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967, one […]

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Can You Save Your Marriage? Three Strategies to Try Before You File for Divorce

July 6, 2016

All married couples fight. Conflicts are a natural part of any relationship. What distinguishes a healthy relationship from an unhealthy one is not the presence of conflict, but how these conflicts are resolved. If you find yourself screaming at yourpartner or calling him or her names during your disagreements, or if you find yourself bottling […]

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Is Affirmative Action a Type of Discrimination?

June 20, 2016

As a working American, you are probably aware of the concept of affirmative action. The idea first appeared in the 1960s, when President Kennedy signed Executive Order 10925, which ordered that employers in the United States not discriminate against job applicants and employees based on their race, ethnicity, and religious affiliation, and that employers take […]

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How to Recognize Nursing Home Neglect

June 6, 2016

There are a lot of ways nursing home residents can suffer from mistreatment at the hands of their caretakers. These include physical abuse, emotional abuse, financial exploitation, sexual abuse, and neglect. Of these types of abuse, neglect is unique in that it is not an overt form of mistreatment, but a lack of appropriate care. […]

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Tips to Stay Safe at the Pool this Summer

June 2, 2016

Summer is right around the corner and as the weather gets warmer, many of us head outside to have fun in swimming pools. Swimming is a great way to stay cool and get some exercise on the hot days of summer. But sometimes, using a swimming pool can lead to an injury. Victims can fall […]

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