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How To Keep Your Kids Safe From The Heat

As the summer heat begins to rise, it’s important to know how to prevent, recognize and treat heat-related illnesses. Our bodies need to maintain a core temperature of 37˚C at all times in order to function properly. If our body’s temperature rises above it’s set point,the hypothalamus, a part of our brain that controls our…

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The 8 Deadliest Intersections in Orange County

With close to 100 people dying in traffic accidents in Orange County each year, and hundreds more getting seriously hurt, it is safe to say that driving can be quite dangerous. We’ve listed the most dangerous intersections in Orange County below to help you stay safe: 17th St at Fairview Street, Santa Ana Pedestrians and…

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Motorcycle Accidents and Fatalities Drop in 2013

In 2013, motorcycle accidents in the U.S. have appeared to decline. According to the Governors Highway Safety Assn., 2013 fatalities have dropped 7% nationwide and 13% in California from 2012.  These lower rates may be due to worse riding conditions rather than better riding. The long ,cold winter drove motorcycling miles down in many states. …

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L.A. Property Owners Concerned About Earthquake Liability

Liability Claims Lawyer states that in 2003, three days before Christmas, a magnitude 6.5 earthquake rocked the central coast. Two women were crushed to death by falling bricks, as they rushed out of an old building. They were the last people to die in a California earthquake.

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Orange County Day Cares May Get Car Accident Barriers

Lily Quintus, age 4, died after she was struck by a hit-and- run driver who crashed into the orange county daycare center she was at. Fourteen other victims suffered severe to minor injuries. Following this car accident, Orange County Mayor announced that a group had been formed to evaluate the risk of car accidents at…

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