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General Motors recently notified the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) of a recall on their 2014-2016 Cadillac CTS sedans due to a malfunctioning seat heater that could potentially cause a fire. An NHTSA release from September 7 stated that damaged seat heating elements can put out excessive heat. Seat heaters in the affected vehicles…

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Nothing can compare to the devastation of losing a loved one unexpectedly. In addition, the pain and sorrow involved may be enhanced when you’re loved one is lost on account of another party’s negligent actions. Such negligence can be perpetrated by a single individual, medical professional, manufacturer, company, organization, or government entity. Regardless of the…

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We’re quick to blame the tech of self-driving vehicles whenever there is a crash. As it turns out, the major hindrance to the proliferation of safe self-driving vehicles on the road may actually be us. A new report detailed in Axios indicates that of the 88 accidents involving autonomous vehicles (AVs) in California since 2014,…

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The U.S. Centers for Disease Controlling and Prevention (CDC) recently issued a series of criteria for the effective diagnosis and treatment of children who’ve suffered concussions. Derived from a quarter of a century of research, the guidelines cover the management of child concussions and the types of procedures that are likely to produce the greatest…

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning that a number of commonly used diabetes medications following under the sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 (SGLT2) inhibitors category have been correlated with a rare yet very dangerous flesh eating genital infection. The FDA first approved SGLT2 inhibitors in 2013. They were developed to help reduce blood sugar…

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