A Michigan community has rallied behind a 16-year-old injured recently in a crash.
According to the calendar, it's still autumn. But if you go by the temperature, the mercury indicates that winter has settled in here in Rochester.
It's very obvious to you that distracted driving is dangerous. Any time something pulls your mind away from the road -- a bright billboard, for instance, or a beautiful home for sale -- you know how it impacts your ability to process things around you. Intentional distractions like sending text messages, you're sure, are even worse.
If you suffer a back injury in a car accident, you may need to have surgery and work with a professional physical therapist. However, even as your injury heals, you may still want to have some things you can do at home to promote health and further healing.
As the Michigan winter draws closer, you may be thinking about getting the snowmobile out. It's a great way to actively enjoy the outdoors in the next few months when snow begins to blanket the state.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) data shows that distracted driving is one of the top reasons that motorists either nearly miss crashes or are involved in them. Although texting and driving has been illegal in the state of Michigan since July of 2010, motorists often take a chance and do it anyway. Countless pedestrians, bicyclists, motorcyclists and vehicle operators lose their lives because of this.
The end of summer is quickly approaching and there will be one final weekend to enjoy time with family and friends before the hustle and bustle of the school year takes over our lives. That would be Labor Day weekend and it is right around the corner. If you plan to spend the weekend on the water, here are some boating safety tips to follow.
Errors that result in a patient's health declining or them losing their life happen every day across this country. There are a variety of reasons that they occur.
If you were involved in an auto accident that caused a traumatic brain injury (TBI), you will join one of over 5 million Americans who are challenged by the effects of their brain injuries. It's estimated that 1.7 million additional victims suffer brain injuries every year.
Every vehicle has a blind spot right in front of it. On a small car, like a Honda Civic, the blind spot is tiny. However, anything that goes into this area will be invisible to the driver.