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Working is a normal, necessary part of our current society. We all need to do it in some way or another to support ourselves and our families, to keep bread on the table. Unfortunately, while many of us are lucky enough to land a solid, healthy career, many others are not so lucky. A job…

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Riding a motorcycle is exhilarating. It’s also incredibly dangerous, no matter how much experience you have. There’s just not enough protection for you or your passenger on a motorcycle. As you prepare your motorcycle for the warmer weather of the spring season, be sure to look for the following seven hazards once you head out…

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Children can suffer an injury in an instant no matter their age or level of supervision. Many children get injured right in front of their parents, grandparents, guardians, or teachers. Unfortunate accidents happen and not all of them can be prevented. However, there are common springtime injuries to children that can be avoided. Open flames…

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A pediatrician from Rush University Medical Center in Chicago is being credited with a new safety feature coming soon to microwaves that will help prevent burns in children: child-resistant doors. Kyran Quinlan began performing research with his colleagues when they noticed the high number of children treated at their hospital for burns not caused by…

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A truly tragic, fatal accident on Sunday morning has left an extended family grieving. At approximately 7:45 am, Francisco Flores Rodriguez, Georgina Perez Gomez, and Francisco Javier Flores Perez were hit by a Ford SUV at Rand Road, near Mt. Prospect Road. All three family members perished in the crash, thought the driver of the…

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We are one year into the coronavirus pandemic, and a lot of things have changed. Despite a reduction in traffic volume in Illinois (and across the country) because of lockdowns, data shows that there was a 4.6 percent increase in traffic fatalities in the first nine months of 2020. The data was released by the…

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