Let's be clear about this: Seat belts really do save lives. You absolutely lower your risk of dying -- by almost 50 percent -- in a car accident by wearing one. By no means do you want to get in your car and leave your seat belt off because you are worried about getting injured by the seat belt.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), American hospitals have made "significant progress" when it comes to preventing hospital-acquired infections (HAIs).
Are you wondering if you can get away with used tires on your car?
Janssen Pharmaceuticals is one of the biggest opioid manufacturers in the nation -- and New Jersey alleges that it was negligent in the way that it pushed its product on unsuspecting consumers. The state alleges that the company's marketing practices have vastly contributed to the nationwide problems involving prescription painkillers.
Are you guilty of tailgating other drivers? Do you even know?
If you've been injured due to someone else's negligence, your physical wounds may be only part of the problems you face. Your emotional wounds can also have a significant impact on your life.
The magic of Halloween is firmly embedded in the American subconscious -- which may be why trick-or-treating is still an important event every year in a lot of neighborhoods.
Science is getting better and better at understanding human behavior. It has also gotten better at predicting what causes car accidents.
Women are at a significant risk of death from heart disease, yet doctors often mistake the symptoms of heart attacks in women for other conditions.
Concussions can be quite dangerous, partially because the damage to the brain can go undetected quite a while. The victim may be unaware he or she is even hurt — which often leads to multiple injuries over a brief period of time.