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Do longer residents' shifts help or harm patients?

For decades, the number of hours that medical residents are required to work in one shift has been a source of debate and controversy. A study conducted by Harvard University found that residents made more than one-third more serious medical areas when they work a 24 or more hour shift.

Don't let too much time pass before filing a malpractice case

The laws governing the statute of limitations for filing a medical malpractice case are in place so that there won't be an unfinished legal matter hanging indefinitely over someone's head. These laws allow the people involved in such cases to be able to move on with their lives.

Could the new iPhone "do not disturb" feature make roads safer?

Distracted driving is a rampant problem nationwide, with cellphone use contributing to approximately 1 in 4 crashes, according to the National Safety Council. Despite ongoing public safety campaigns designed to curb the problem, however, 33 percent of Americans still report that they've engaged in texting while driving within the last month. Clearly, something's not working.

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