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October 2017 Archives

More states require school bus belts. Will it save many lives?

The Texas legislature has provided funding for three-point lap and shoulder belts on every new public school bus in the state. Texas joins New York, New Jersey, California, Florida and Louisiana as the only states to mandate seatbelts on school buses and vans.

Yikes. Study suggests flu shots could be linked to miscarriage.

 Vaccine researchers have reported that pregnant women who got flu shots may be at higher risk of miscarriage. The unexpected and unexplained findings naturally create anxieties for OB-GYN practitioners. On the one hand, they want to keep their patients safe and informed. But they worry the news will encourage the “anti-vaxxer” movement, putting women and their babies at risk for influenza and other life-threatening diseases if they stop all vaccinations.

Nurses are at high risk for workplace violence and other injuries

When you think of dangerous jobs, you think cops, firefighters, construction workers. Day in and day out, nurses face serious risk of injury, including harm from violence in the workplace. The greatest danger is from the patients they are trying to help.

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