August 2019 Archives

Inhaling dust can lead to serious health issues

From childhood, you may remember Saturday mornings when you helped your mother clean house. Perhaps your favorite chore was dusting the furniture. It was easy and quick, and there was something nice about wiping away the fine dust and leaving a polished surface. Dust was innocent, and it never occurred to you to be afraid of it.

Can field sobriety tests prove intoxication?

If you have been pulled over by a law enforcement officer in South Carolina and subsequently been asked to do certain things like standing on one leg or walking in a straight line, you were likely the subject of a drunk driving investigation. These activities are formally called field sobriety tests and they are used before an officer arrests a person and charges them with a driving under the influence or driving while impaired offense. 

How to identify the signs of traumatic brain injury

Whether you have been involved in a minor fender bender or a more serious accident, you may have received a traumatic brain injury. Car accidents are the second leading cause of TBI hospitalizations in the country, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The CDC also reports that a surprising 2.8 million people were hospitalized, killed or visited the emergency room after suffering from a traumatic brain injury

Are designated drivers a safe option?

If you are going out for a night on the town, you may designate a driver to ensure you and your friends get home safely. A designated driver is one friend in your group who promises to refrain from drinking so that they can drive everyone home. Yet, studies show that designated drivers may not always be a safe option for people who are enjoying a night out. Does your DD really remain sober throughout the night of festivities. 

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