Blog Posts in May, 2018

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  • Indiana University at Center of New Advance in TBI Research
    Indiana University at Center of New Advance in TBI Research

    Traumatic brain injury is a complex and most challenging medical condition. It cannot be seen in the way that many other maladies can be, of course. Moreover, third parties are often prone to ...

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  • Biking Safety Is Everyone's Business
    Biking Safety Is Everyone's Business

    With summer upon us, it’s biking time in Indiana. There is no better way to stay in shape and respect the environment than biking for your commute and pleasure. But it can be dangerous, particularly ...

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  • Are Things Getting Worse Rather Than Better for Pedestrians?
    Are Things Getting Worse Rather Than Better for Pedestrians?

    Looking at the sad subject of pedestrian fatalities in Indiana and nationally from the perspective of a single year provides limited -- though obviously important -- information. When accident ...

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  • Commercial Trucking Safety Updates
    Commercial Trucking Safety Updates

    Commercial truck drivers in Indiana and nationally who have grown accustomed to slow industry changes and a long-followed routine are noting a difference these days. In fact, lots of things are ...

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  • Quite a Day for Indianapolis Metro Area Train/Car Collisions
    Quite a Day for Indianapolis Metro Area Train/Car Collisions

    Monday served as a perfect and alarming example of why Indiana safety regulators are constantly concerned about train movements and safety on tracks across the state. A Greenwood police official ...

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  • Pedestrian Safety: What to Do if You're Hit by a Vehicle
    Pedestrian Safety: What to Do if You're Hit by a Vehicle

    Monument Circle. The Monon Trail. The War Memorial. A ball game at Victory Field. Indiana is a beautiful place to sightsee on foot in the summertime. But with more people out enjoying the weather that ...

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