Safety Files: Pedestrian Edition

It’s one of the first things you mom teaches you: look both ways before you cross the street. While this is sage, relevant advice, staying safe when in pedestrian mode is much more complicated than a few sideways glances. Now more than ever (thanks to the heavy dependency on smart phones and other

Identifying a Traumatic Brain Injury

Traumatic Brain Injury Rhett Austin
Sometimes after an accident, a head injury is glaringly obvious. The victim is bleeding or unconscious, so it is clear that the person needs immediate medical attention. However, sometimes the victim appears to be unscathed and decides to go home instead of going to a hospital. Traumatic Brain Injur