Sun glare is a serious problem early in the morning and late in the day. Because the sun is so low in the sky during these times of day, it can cause vision issues for drivers. Sun glare is so dangerous that a study conducted over 20 years, from 1995 to 2014, by the National…

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It’s quite common for someone to suffer a minor burn when cooking dinner or lighting a cigarette or cigar. We either aren’t paying attention to what we touch or we just make a mistake and hold the flame too close when lighting. These burns are very superficial, don’t do a lot of damage to your…

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When the summer months roll around many companies capitalize on the nice weather to make as much money as possible. Companies in the construction, agriculture, landscaping, and shore resorts rely on the sunshine and lack of precipitation to make enough money so they can survive the fall and winter months. However, the employees in these…

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Northwestern has been testing all pregnant women who enter their facility for COVID-19 since April; however, a study conducted by doctors at the hospital have found evidence of placenta damage in women who tested positive for the virus. The placenta helps to provide the fetus with food and then remove waste, making it an important…

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Rural hospitals are in a crisis throughout the United States, and Mississippi is no exception. However, Mississippi faces a greater risk than any other state when it comes to hospital closings. This is because Mississippi is the most underserved state in the country, medically – and things are about to get much worse. Consulting firm…

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