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Every year, approximately 28,000 people in the United States are born with a birth injury. Many factors can result in birth injuries, including the size of the baby, the baby’s position, maternal health conditions, the use of tools during delivery, and negligence of medical professionals attending the birth. But you might be surprised to learn

Medication is supposed to help you feel better, but if there’s an error with your prescription, the results can be very serious. Mistakes like giving a patient the incorrect dose of medication, prescribing a medication that the patient is allergic to, or giving a patient the wrong medicine all together can all have potentially dangerous

In a recent 22-13 vote, the Michigan Senate has approved a bill banning breed-specific dog regulations. This bill, Senate Bill 741, states that local governments are not allowed to enact or enforce ordinances, policies, resolutions, or rules that regulate dogs based on its breed or perceived breed. However, this bill still allows local governments which

Babies are born at many different sizes. While the average weight of a newborn is 7.7 pounds, many babies are a little bit heavier than that. If a baby weighs more than 8 pounds, 7 ounces, the baby is considered macrosomic, meaning it is much larger than average. While many macrosomic babies go on to

Losing a child is never easy, but it’s particularly painful when it feels like the child’s death somehow could have been prevented. This is what recently happened in Oregon, leading to Angela Marchant filing a $9 million wrongful death lawsuit over the death of her daughter. In her lawsuit, she claims the doctor in charge

Nobody ever buys a product thinking that they’ll get hurt by using it. People buy products under the assumption that it will be safe to use once they get it home. But every year, a surprisingly large number of people seek medical attention for injuries related to consumer products. In 2010, the U.S. Consumer Product

Birth injuries are relatively rare, but when they do happen, they have the potential to have some very serious effects. While many types of birth injuries can be treated without any major long-term effects, more severe injuries can last for the rest of the child’s life. But are physical injuries the only type of damage

In theory, car accidents can happen anywhere. If vehicles can be driven on a given road, the potential for car accidents exists. But some roadways have higher rates of accidents than others. Here in Michigan, parts of I-94 have a reputation for making headlines because of reports of car accidents, often large multi-car pileups. In

In the world of cars, autonomous technology has been one of the most significant — and fiercely debated — developments in recent years. Whether you’re talking about cars that drive themselves with little-to-no input from the driver or semi-autonomous features like backup cameras or lane departure warnings, it’s technology that has revolutionized the way we