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Pedestrian Accidents and Daylight Saving Time

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Daylight Saving Time is coming to an end shortly on November 1st. Although there is some controversy surrounding the benefits of falling back and springing forward, every state in the U.S. observes Daylight Saving Time except for Hawaii and Arizona. According to a recent 2019 article, Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas are proposing year-round standard time. Regardless of which side you …

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Common Injuries from Pedestrian Accidents

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In 2015, almost 129,000 pedestrians were treated in emergency departments for non-fatal crash-related injuries in the US according to the CDC. Pedestrian accidents can be excruciatingly painful, and recovery can depend on various factors. Common pedestrian injuries include traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, fractures, soft tissue injuries, amputations, and broken bones. As you continue on through this article you …