Are you looking for more information on laws against texting? Would you like to learn more about the risks of using anesthesia during surgery? If you’d like to read more about these topics and our other recent articles, then check out the following resources:
- USA Today published this opinion article by founder Al Neuharth with his take on Florida’s recent ban on pediatrician inquiries regarding home firearm safety.
- Learn more about U.S. District Judge Marcia Cooke’s decision to block the recent Florida law banning pediatricians from asking about home firearm safety.
- In this article from The New York Times, learn more about the devastating consequences of texting while driving.
- The Herald-Tribune discusses how Florida compares to other states when it comes to traffic safety.
- Find out more about the National Coordinating Council for Medication Error Reporting and Prevention (NCC MERP) and their efforts to maximize the safe use of medications.
- The National Patient Safety Partnership, which includes the AHA, other health care organizations, and government agencies, urged providers to adopt practices that will reduce medication errors in clinical settings. See their recommendations here.
- Read the tragic story of a Florida teen who died during routine cosmetic surgery due to complications from anesthesia.
- At SunSentinel.com, read more about how Florida lacks a booster seat law.
- If you are interested in learning more about the class action suit challenging the constitutionality of red light cameras as a violation of due process and equal protection, take a look at this article from the Miami Herald.
- For a summary of Florida bicycle laws, take a look at this guide of important bicycle traffic laws from the Florida Department of Transportation.
- Read this informative article on the history of anesthesia and a detailed look at some of the most serious complications that can arise from the use of anesthetics.
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