When the sun passes the equator and begins its northerly trek, as the days get longer and the nights get warmer, the thoughts of most Pennsylvanians are as one: Get back on the roads and start driving.
The National Safety Council (NSC) has issued a report that says training workers on "visual literacy" can help identify workplace hazards that weren't previously seen.
Between 1.5 and 2 million Americans suffer from traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) every year, including many here in the Lehigh Valley area. If you or a loved one is among those people, you know how devastating a TBI can be. Perhaps you were injured in an accident, but you are not sure if you have a TBI. The most important thing to know about a TBI is that if you even suspect a brain injury, you should seek medical attention right away. Here are five common questions people ask about TBIs:
Whether it is to keep you company, help you with a medical condition or teach your children responsibility, you might have a dog for a pet. Dogs can be wonderful companions. At the same time, their natural tendency is to protect the people they live with as well as their property.