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Memorial Day Kicks Off Sobering Deadliest Days

For most, Memorial Day is the unofficial start of summer. For teens, it is the start of the “100 Deadliest Days,” the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day when teen crash fatalities climb. According to the National Center for Health Statistics, motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for 15- to 20-year-olds…. read more

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Chemo Drug Taxotere Adds More Anguish

After enduring the physical and emotional challenge of chemotherapy battling cancer, many are now learning that their hair will never grow back – ever. A side effect of Taxotere, a chemotherapy drug, is alopecia, permanent hair loss. Taxotere, an anti-cancer chemotherapy drug approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 1996, which is… read more

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May is Motorcycle Safety Month

Throughout the month of May, Rosenberg & Gluck wants to call attention to the dangers and vulnerabilities motorcyclists face when riding on the road. Motorcycle crashes are one of the most prevalent causes of death and injury on Long Island roads.  Motorcyclists are about 30 times more likely to die in a crash than drivers… read more

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Distraction and Teen Crashes: Even Worse than We Thought

What Can Parents Do to Keep Their Teens Safe? According to the NHTSA, car accidents are the leading cause of death for teenagers 14-19 years old in the United States. This is a horrifying fact that parents of teen drivers have to face. The challenge is not only teaching teens to be safe and responsible… read more

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TAKING ACTION ON DISTRACTION

APRIL IS NATIONAL DISTRACTED DRIVING AWARENESS MONTH Across the United States, communities and government agencies alike are coming together in an effort to crack down on texting, cellphone use and other dangerous distracted driving behaviors in honor of National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. An alarming 87% of drivers have admitted to being engaged in at… read more

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Think Safe and Green on St. Patrick’s Day!

  Green beers, green shirts, green socks, everything green! On March 17, the Irish and the Irish-at heart across the globe observe St. Patrick’s Day. What once was a religious feast day for the saint of Ireland, has now become an international festival celebrating Irish cultures. With over 36 million people claiming Irish ancestry, on… read more

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How Does Your Local Hospital Rate?

5 STARS or 1 STAR? The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently ranked Long Island hospitals using a Five Star Quality System.  5 stars are considered to have much above average quality and hospitals with 1 star are considered to have quality much below average.  The CMS rankings are based on surveys conducted… read more

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Helpful Tips After an Accident

A car accident can be a very traumatic and stressful event and it may be difficult to think clearly if you have just been involved in an accident. This guide is a practical overview of what to do if you have been involved in a collision and should be reviewed before an accident happens. ASSESS… read more

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Long Island’s Most Dangerous Roads

Many people who live in the Tri-State area believe that the area’s most dangerous roads sit within the NY Metro areas, such as Manhattan, Queens and the other boroughs.  However, the Tri-State Transportation Campaign confirms that Long Island’s roads top the list of the most dangerous roads.  Most of these roadways are State or County… read more

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