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Pedestrian safety: What is the bowling ball test?

After recent comments made by the president of the United States, everyone is asking about the "bowling ball test." What is this test, and why is it important for the American automobile manufacturing industry? And, more importantly, why is this test important for pedestrians?

Do your part to prevent teen car accident injuries in Pittsburgh

The most distressing thing about car accidents is the fact that the majority of them could have been avoided if all of the parties involved in the accident had been attentive and following the law. Teenagers are often more likely to get into a car accident, perhaps because they tend to be less experienced drivers.

TBI symptoms not always immediately apparent

Unexpected circumstances have a way of changing lives forever in some cases. For instance, if you suffer sudden injury because of a workplace incident or are involved in a motor vehicle crash, life as you knew it may never be the same. Depending on the severity of your injuries, you may not only have to endure a long, arduous recovery, but you may suffer partial or full disability for the rest of your life.

Asbestos found in makeup for teenagers

When parents make the choice to buy makeup for their teenagers, the things they tend to be most concerned about relate to whether their teens are old enough to wear makeup and how makeup could benefit and/or harm their social lives. The last thing on parents' minds is asbestos contamination. However, this is precisely the concern of the U.S. Public Interest Group (PIRG), a nonprofit group that says 15 makeup products have proven to contain asbestos-contaminated talc.

What is a manufacturing defect?

When the average consumer walks into a grocery or department store, he will have thousands of consumer products to choose from. Regardless of whether these products are food, clothing, toys or exercise equipment, the shopper who is selecting the ones he or she wants to buy will usually be more concerned about figuring out where the items are than whether or not they've been manufactured safely.

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