Jun 2, 2013

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Costs in motorcycle injuries jump after law requiring helmets ends
Cherry Hill Courier Post
But another recent study by the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute found a significant increase in motorcyclists involved in crashes who weren't wearing helmets after the law changed. From April 13, 2012, the first full day ...
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Study: Doctors often on board to help sick fliers
Cherry Hill Courier Post
Some passengers may fear liability if they help in medical emergencies, but a Good Samaritan law protects those who do so, the study notes. And although health workers are not legally obliged to help, they have a moral obligation to do so, the authors ...
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Does law hike public pension costs?
Columbus Dispatch
A study last month showed that the obscure law might be costing the School Employees Retirement System more than $900,000 a year. Although potential loss figures have not been calculated for Ohio's four other retirement funds, "if there's an additional ...
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Helmet Law Injuries
Published on Jun 1, 2013. Insurance study says medical claims increased 34 percent since Michigan stopped requiring motorcyclists to wear helmets------------------------------- Facebook | http://www.facebook.com/uppermichigan... Twitter | http://www ...
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Stay motivated
The Hindu
Her essay on an obscure aspect of law is due tomorrow, she has a hostel party to attend this evening, and she needs to wash her hair. And all those missed calls... "Study? That takes a beating," said Suhas, an engineering student. "I have to squeeze ...
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THE CHIEF'S APPRAISAL: Who appraises the Ector County Appraisal District?
Odessa American
Both processes are comprehensive with serious consequences if the appraisal district is found to not be in compliance with state laws, appraisal standards and operating procedures. The results of the value study can impact state funding provided to ...
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Healthy living can fend off forgetfulness: study
Times LIVE
The study also found that respondents across all age groups who engaged in just one healthy behavior were 21 percent less likely to report memory problems than those who didn't engage in any healthy behaviours. Those with two positive behaviours were ...
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Special school students do city proud in class X exams
The Hindu
Jayapraveena wants to study law. Also from the same school, J. Bhuvaneswari who scored 481 marks wants to become an IAS officer. In the speech and hearing-impaired category, Sangeetha Priya, who hails from Villupuram, has come first with 387 marks ...
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