Day: April 30, 2013

Brachial Plexus Nerve Transfers: What 10 Years Of Data Tells Us

On Tuesday, the American Association of Neurological Surgeons (AANS) held its annual meeting. The AANS event featured a...

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Cascading Complications: One Wrong Step Can Unexpectedly Harm Patients

One of our recent posts looked at the high rate of unnecessary intervention procedures that American doctors often use ...

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Charter Bus Crashes On I-70 In Columbus, 15 Children Injured

On Sunday, 16 students and three adults were riding in a bus when it crashed in Columbus. The bus was travelling from S...

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Drowsy Driving And Motor Vehicle Safety

Federal authorities are warning of a danger that most people have probably experienced at some point in their life: dri...

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Fatal Ohio Motorcycle Accident Could Require More Investigation

In some motor vehicle accidents, the important questions are easy to answer. For example, when witnesses or videotapes ...

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Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Improve Patient Safety, Part 2

Last week, we discussed recent evidence that medical malpractice litigation has a consistently positive impact on Ameri...

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More On Drowsy Driving: FDA Changes Ambien Warnings

One of our posts from last week dealt with new data that show the persistent dangers associated with drowsy driving. Fa...

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Poor Neurosurgery Outcomes: Malpractice Or Mere Misfortune?

Neurosurgeons are an elite group, featuring some of the most brilliant minds in the medical profession. They are brain ...

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Survey Warns Of Unnecessary Delivery Interventions, Part 2

Our last post introduced a survey from Childbirth Connection. Based on responses from 2,400 new mothers, the researcher...

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