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  • What is Forced Arbitration?

    What is Forced Arbitration?

    Social media and the news got a kick out of an activist dressed as the Monopoly guy photobombing the Equifax Senate hearings. However, the individual later said they did this to get people to tune in and pay attention to …

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  • Video Footage in Trucking Accident Cases

    Video Footage in Trucking Accident Cases

    Trucking accidents are a concern for all drivers, whether they’re in the semi itself or a car nearby. Luckily, when an accident does happen, technology can help us figure out the cause and assign liability. Some of these tools are …

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  • Post Partum Death Risks for Mothers

    Post Partum Death Risks for Mothers

    Since 2000, the number of mothers that die in America after giving birth has gone up every single year. According to the Center for Disease Control, 60% of these deaths are entirely preventable, from causes like high blood pressure, blood …

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  • Truck Drivers and Sleep Apnea

    Truck Drivers and Sleep Apnea

    Sleep apnea can have devastating effects on anyone who suffers from it, especially a commercial truck driver. The Mayo Clinic defines sleep apnea as a potentially serious disorder in which someone’s breathing repeatedly stops and starts while they sleep. This …

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  • 3 Signs of Nursing Home Neglect

    3 Signs of Nursing Home Neglect

    The decision to move yourself or a loved one to a nursing home is a crossroads. Safety concerns can make these choices even more difficult. 30% of nursing homes in the United States were cited for nearly 9,000 instances of abuse …

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  • Intrauterine Devices: Reward Meets Risk

    Intrauterine Devices: Reward Meets Risk

    With healthcare in the United States changing, many women are worried about their access to birth control, especially if the Affordable Care Act is repealed. One long-term kind of birth control many are curious about is an intrauterine device, or …

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  • Midwives and Home Birth

    Midwives and Home Birth

    For many mothers, midwives and homebirths are a very appealing alternative to a standard, hospital birth. In fact, the number of out-of-hospital births has increased by 78% between 2004 and 2014. A major reason why more mothers are opting out …

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  • Choosing a New Doctor

    Choosing a New Doctor

    Indianapolis residents are lucky to have plentiful options when it comes to choosing a health system, hospital, or doctor. Indiana University (IU) Health , St Vincent/Ascension Health, Franciscan Health, Eskenazi Health and Community Health are the Circle City’s big five, …

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