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July 2018 Archives

Drunk driving laws may not be tough enough

Many people in Pennsylvania might hear about how tough the laws against drunk driving are yet they still hear and read about many serious and even fatal accidents caused by drunk drivers. Even though the state lowered the blood alcohol content threshold for drunk driving from 0.10 percent to 0.08 percent 15 years ago, it seems law enforcement has not been able to stem the tide of deaths attributed to impaired drivers. This logically makes one wonder if the laws are tough enough.

Is late diagnosis still malpractice?

When Pennsylvanians hear about misdiagnosis of a medical condition, your focus is likely on the doctor and his or her error. But what if the error comes from the radiologist who reads the images? Or what if the diagnosis is correct but could have—and maybe should have—been diagnosed earlier?

Why are tire blowouts more common in summer?

Summer offers Pennsylvania motorists a relief from snow and ice, so it seems heavy trucks will be less likely to skid and crash while traveling on the Keystone state's interstates and highways. However, warmer weather also brings the added risk that semi trucks will suffer tire blowouts. According to Popular Mechanics, tire blowouts are much more common starting from about mid-May and lasting to the early part of October.

Understanding assisted vaginal deliveries

If you or your partner is pregnant and preparing for labor and delivery, you will want to educate yourself about the various scenarios that may happen so that you are prepared to make fast decisions if you need to do so for the health of the mother or baby. One of the things that can happen is that a baby may have difficulty completing their exit from the birth canal. When this happens, some doctors recommend the use of other tools to help pull the baby out. This is called an assisted vaginal delivery.

3 common risks of Caesarian section births

There is much debate as to whether Caesarian section births or vaginal births are safer for mothers and infants. Generally speaking, a C-section is unnecessary unless labor is not properly progressing or the infant is somehow distressed. There are a number of unique risks associated with the procedure that you should know about, whether or not you and your doctor have planned a C-section for your child's birth.

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