Trauma-center care significantly lowers risk of death

By Larry Zalin

January 25, 2006

Care at a trauma center lowers the risk of death for injured patients by 25 percent compared to treatment received at non-trauma centers, according to the results of a nationwide study conducted by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health and the University of Washington School of Medicine.

Parents slow to adapt to booster seat law

By Larry Zalin

November 30, 2005

Booster seats have been proven to protect children from serious injury, yet new research shows that in some communities fewer than 21 percent of children 4-8 years old are properly secured in booster seats when they ride in cars.

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