According to the U.S. Department of Transportation National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, between 2000 and 2009, 130 school-age pedestrians (younger than 19) died in school transportation-related crashes. Over two-thirds (67%) were struck by school buses, 6 percent by vehicles functioning as school buses, and 27 percent by other vehicles involved in the crashes. There were

The advent of cool cap therapy to treat perinatal hypoxia has not only improved the chances of infants who experienced perinatal asphyxia surviving without major, permanent brain injuries, but it has also leveled the legal playing field for those infants who are not so fortunate as to escape permanent brain injuries.
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