Too Cold for School?

School officials have no problem justifying a delay or cancellation when roads are covered in snow or ice, but making the decision to cancel when low wind chill values are the issue at hand can be much harder. While some children are cozy in the back of a parent’s vehicle during their commute, many of their peers walk to school or a bus stop each day. This contrast in circumstances raises a question commonly debated by both parents and administrators: how cold is too cold for school?
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Do you know the warning signs of post-birth complications?

post-birth complicationsThe United States lags behind the world in mother and child safety during delivery. Despite steep declines in the global rate of maternal mortality, it is one of the few countries reporting increases in pregnancy-related deaths, making it an outlier among developed nations. Continue reading “Do you know the warning signs of post-birth complications?”

The dangers of unsecured furniture and TVs: how to prevent tip-over accidents

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In recent months, numerous parents watched a shocking viral video of a 2-year-old Utah boy rescuing his twin brother, who was pinned under a fallen dresser. Others read about IKEA’s $50 million settlement with the families of three toddlers who were killed in tip-over incidents involving furniture made by the company.

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Navigating the insurance claims process: Tips from a personal injury attorney

By William J. Price

insurance claims processYour car was destroyed in a crash, and now you’re stuck dealing with the other guy’s insurance carrier. A few days after exiting the Emergency Room, you begin receiving medical bills and phone calls demanding payment. To make times worse, you cannot return to work until your doctor signs a paper acknowledging you are physically able to work. You send all of the medical bills to the adjuster asking to have your wages reimbursed. After a few days of no returned phone calls turn into a few weeks, you go from angry to irate.

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Tips for discussing the dangers of impaired driving with your teen

teen driversNo parent wants to believe their child would put themself in harm’s way by driving while impaired or riding with another driver who is under the influence of drugs or alcohol. However, living in denial about the possibility of your teen driver taking part in these life-threatening activities is one of the most dangerous approaches parents can take when it comes to the issue.

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