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01/19/22   |   By

D.C. Court of Appeals Reinforces Consumer Protection Act in Breach of Contract Case

Court Upholds Judgement Requiring Contractor to Make Full Repayment to Homeowners The District of Columbia Court of Appeals recently reinforced a lower court’s judgment in a consumer protection case against […]

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08/20/21   |   By

Hot Car Deaths: An Ongoing Threat to Children

Local Hot Car Deaths As reported by NBCWashington.com, a 5-year-old boy recently died from heat stroke after being left in his mother’s SUV in Springfield, VA.  The temperature outside was […]

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08/09/21   |   By

2.4 Million Dehumidifiers Recalled

Recalled AeonAir Dehumidifier U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (“CPSC”) recalled approximately 2.4 million dehumidifiers as of August, 2021. These dehumidifiers were made by 20 different brands and sold nationwide in […]

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08/05/21   |   By

The Dark Side of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

Artificial intelligence (AI) promises to revolutionize the health care industry. AI’s efficiency and accuracy — combined with human creativity and empathy — could usher in a new era of medical […]

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08/03/21   |   By

Post-COVID Stress And Burnout Among Health Care Workers: How Does it Put Patients at Risk?

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, burnout was at an all-time high among health care professionals. This was abundantly clear in the survey “Coping with COVID,” which revealed that […]

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07/30/21   |   By

Lessons From the Florida Building Collapse: What We Can Learn About Staying Safe In Old Buildings

After a year of COVID dominating international headlines, 2021 gave us another terrible story on which to fixate: the building collapse in Surfside, Florida. This tragedy involved a beachfront condominium, […]

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07/28/21   |   By

Top Dangers Button Batteries Pose for Kids — And How to Reduce the Risk

Take a quick look around your home. How many items are powered by batteries? Of these, how many contain small, disc-shaped batteries? These “button batteries” lurk nearly everywhere — and […]

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07/16/21   |   By

Most Dangerous Intersections in Washington, DC

These are the most dangerous intersections in Washington, DC Although the city has a reliable public transportation system and a strong and growing community of bicyclists, the number one mode […]

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07/02/21   |   By

New Bike Laws Take Effect July 1st in Virginia

New bike laws in Virginia now in effect: what you need to know When bikers are on the road, everyone shares a responsibility for their safety. Even when they practice […]

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06/27/21   |   By

The Gender Gap in Medical Trials: What to Know

When you examine medical research — or place your trust in health care providers who delve into this research on your behalf — you trust that experts have taken every […]

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06/24/21   |   By

Best Practices to Improve Health in the Hospital

You’ve been admitted to the hospital, and, needless to say, don’t feel your best. Unfortunately, while a variety of targeted treatments promise to resolve your most pressing health concerns, other […]

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