Unfortunate accidents could have devastating consequences, not just on a person’s physical health, but also on their psychological well-being. When people think about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD, what comes to mind are war veterans or victims of assault. But then we also have the accident victims—the people who were only going about their daily activities when something out of their control happened—who suffer from PTSD as well. Traumatic events could happen to anyone. In fact, a large percentage of us have either witnessed a traumatic event,.
It is not easy entrusting your child under the supervision of a daycare, and needless to say, doing so entails a lot of expectations in terms of your child’s safety and health while under their care. This is why it is every parent’s nightmare to discover that their child had been injured at a daycare center. Daycare facilities are expected to exercise due care in order to prevent a likely injury. In the unfortunate event that your child was injured at a daycare center and you are determining.
One of the biggest shopping events of the year is here – a day of extraordinary sales, swarms of shoppers, and crazy enticing deals. After Thanksgiving dinner and football game comes Black Friday, a day when Americans top the holiday with taking advantage of great deals for items like a new pair of kicks or a new 70-inch TV from their favorite retail shops. But the huge crowd, the crazy deals, and limited stocks of items can spell disaster. People can take things a little too far, which.
Californians own the most dogs in any state in the US, with nearly 40% of the households owning at least one dog. Insurance payouts for dog bite settlements are also higher in California than any other state. What does it entail to own dogs in the state? What are the laws that surround dog ownership in California? Dogs inside cars The California Penal Code prohibits dog owners from leaving their dogs inside their vehicles on an extremely hot or extremely cold day, as the extreme temperatures can damage.
We all use beauty products on a regular basis – soap, shampoo, lotion, cologne, and make-up to name a few. Oftentimes, we fail to scan through the list of ingredients at the back of the container before throwing a beauty product into our shopping cart, overlooking the possibility of an ingredient or two, which we might be allergic to. A study found that more than a third of people have had an allergic reaction to a cosmetic ingredient. Skin reactions can come in two kinds of contact dermatitis.
Many of us enjoy eating out at our favorite restaurants and trying out new dishes and cuisines. However, an enjoyable activity such as eating out can be spoiled by falling victim to food poisoning, which is accidentally eating food containing bacteria or viruses. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates 48 million people get sick, 128,000 people get hospitalized, and 3,000 die from food-borne diseases in the United States each year. Bacteria and viruses in food are the main causes of food poisoning. E.coli, salmonella, and listeria.
Around 16 million Americans every year suffer from depression, with 32.5 years old as the median age of onset. Depression is the leading cause of disability in the United States. Everyone feels down once in a while and may even have bouts of depressive moods. However, depression is a more persistent experience of lack of energy, negative thoughts, and a desolate outlook in life. Someone who has felt sad and miserable most of the time for more than two weeks and/or has had some of the following signs.