If someone suffers an injury, they might expect that the damage is done and they will steadily recover. Unfortunately, some problems still get worse. The injury could expose them to a disease.
For many with a traumatic brain injury, life changes forever. The accident is just a blip of time along your lifetime, but it forces you onto a completely new path. Your broken and bruised body heals as it should, but the brain can be a different story altogether.
By now we’ve all seen the dramatic pictures of how the forest fires have affected the communities of California. Aside from the harrowing news of people escaping the encroaching infernos is an overlooked threat: highway traffic.
Your life changes when you have a child. You learn to love and nurture like never before. You might argue that the worst part of being a parent is when your child is sick. You never want to see your child sick or in pain. It can be heartbreaking. It is especially hard knowing that there is nothing you can do about it besides get them medical care.
A new law targeting distracted driving in California went into effect in January. Aimed at curbing cell phone, the goal of the law is to keep drivers focused on the road and reduce the number of accidents.