One of the leading experts in police brutality is William Terrill, Associate Professor in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University. He wrote a book, published in 2013, entitled … [Read more...] about Taming Police Brutality: a lesson from MSU Researcher
This nation’s roads are shared by cars, trucks and motorcycles. The trucks that we encounter contribute to the economy, through their shipping of valuable goods from coast to coast. Yet, we must … [Read more...] about A Factor in Large Truck Safety: Shifting Cargo
When you or your loved one are hospitalized, you expect to receive the highest standard of care. But mistakes occur in hospitals. One of the largest areas of hospital mistakes leading to … [Read more...] about Blood Thinner Medication is the Cause of Many Hospital Errors
Michigan's 2 million deer are most active in the spring and in the fall, so it's not your imagination, you're seeing more antlers than ever. Unfortunately, last year there were 60,000 deer-related … [Read more...] about Steer Clear of Deer!
May 18th-May 24th is National Dog Bite Prevention Week. It is a good time to remind us that dogs enrich the lives of so many, yet there are 4.5 million dog bites every year, according to the American … [Read more...] about Dogs: Being Cautious, but not Fearful
Many of us have relatives and friends who are in senior care facilities. Although many people have dreams of staying in their own homes forever, often times, our elderly loved ones can’t take care of … [Read more...] about Look out for Signs of Abuse in Nursing Homes