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HALLOWEEN: INCREASED DEATH RATE FOR KIDS

Halloween is well known for spooky houses, clever costumes, and scouring the streets in search of tasty treats. Unfortunately, this holiday is also known for acquiring the title as one of the deadliest holidays of them all, especially for children. On Halloween…  … the death rate for children is doubled compared to any other day… read more

Spring Means Flowers, Sunshine, and Safety

Spring has sprung. It’s time to open the windows and let in the fresh air. Flowers are in bloom and the days are longer thanks in part to Daylight Saving Time. When we set our clocks forward, the National Safety Council (NSC) recommends we also review our home safety checklists. Smoke Alarms Three out of… read more

No Clowning Around on Long Island

Teen Chased at Knife Point. Several School Lockdowns. Police Issue Warning. The latest clown sighting took a scary turn when a 14-yr-old was chased after leaving Malverne High School in Nassau yesterday, police say.  The teen was approached from behind by a person who was dressed in a purple clown costume with a white mask, red wig and… read more

Danger Lurks Throughout American Amusement Parks

The stories have been horrific. A ten-year-old boy was killed on August 7 during a ride on the world’s tallest waterslide. Caleb Schwab was sadly decapitated on the Verruckt raft ride at the Schlitterbahn WaterPark in Kansas City, Kansas. That same day, two riders were injured when a launch cable detached at the Top Thrill… read more

1 Child Every 9 Days in the U.S. is Dying in A Hot Car… Why?

Statistics On All The Children Who Have Died In Hot Cars Shows Precautions Are Vital It happens, on average a child tragically dies due to heatstroke suffered in a hot vehicle once every nine days.  This statistic is staggering and devastating. During the summer month’s it’s a habit for many people to leave their children… read more

Is There A Water Crisis in Long Island Schools?

We assume that when we turn on our faucets crystal clear water will come gushing out. Unfortunately that is not always the case.  As a matter of fact, there is a very strong possibility that your child is drinking lead-tainted water in school. Recently, on Long Island unacceptable levels of lead have been found in… read more

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

What E.R. Doctors Wish Every Parent Knew

Avoid the “If we had only known…” heartache as you await word from the emergency room doctor on your child’s condition.  Accidental injuries are the leading cause of death in children under the age of 14.  Over 23 million children, under the age of 15, are seen in the E.R. annually and 7 million of… read more

Ted Rosenberg Named a Long Island Top Legal Eagle

Ted Rosenberg, partner in the firm of Rosenberg & Gluck L.L.P. has been named one of Long Island’s Top Legal Eagles by Pulse Magazine. Pulse Magazine invited LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell to share their list of Long Island Lawyers who have ranked highest on their list of ethical standards. Ted Rosenberg has been practicing law since 1983… read more