Whether your child was involved in a playground accident, a car crash or another traumatic incident, it's critical to ensure that his or her "minor injuries" really are minor.
At some point or another, nearly everyone ends up in a doctor's office or hospital. When an individual is ill or stricken with a serious medical condition, he or she must rely upon doctors, nurses and other medical specialists to provide answers and recommendations related to a diagnosis and the best strategy for overcoming related health problems.
In 2011, a man in Queens was involved in what seemed to be a simple accident. He was driving a 2002 Chevrolet Camaro, heading to work in Long Island City, and he was rear-ended. The truck that hit him was being operated for the Brooklyn Bottling Corp.
This past holiday season, hoverboards were among the most-popular of all toys and topped the lists of many children, young and old alike. While the name conjures up images of some sort of space-agey levitating device, in realty hoverboards are essentially battery-powered skateboards that typically cost around $300 to $400. While marketed as a fun way to get around, there's growing concern about the safety risks that hoverboards pose including fire hazards.
Are you thinking about installing an elevator in your home? They can be extremely helpful for an elderly parent who has moved in or a spouse who needs a wheelchair after a serious car accident. You might just want to add one as a decorative touch.
Sports are a big part of growing up for many children, and they have their benefits. Playing sports teaches kids some valuable lessons. They learn about teamwork and sportsmanship. They learn about hard work and dedication. They learn about competition and failure. They learn about rules and regulation.