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Blog Posts in June, 2012

  • Each year, more and more disabled elderly men and women are sent to care homes where they are looked after by nurses and doctors and remain in residency. However, a new study by the Care Quality Commission shows that almost half of all nursing homes and other residential care facilities for disabled men and women are substandard. To be exact, 48 percent of all hospitals and care homes that were ...
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  • In South Texas, synthetic drugs have caused hundreds to call the Texas Poison Center and one person has perished because of the substances. Synthetic cannabinoids are a dangerous narcotic which was deemed illegal in the state a little over a year ago. Recently, two men have been arrested for possession and use of the drug in unrelated cases in the area. The police suspect that there are a lot more ...
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  • The Disability of Loneliness

    || 18-Jun-2012

    When we think of someone with a disability, we often assume that they were involved in a traumatic accident that altered their ability to function, or that the person was born with a debilitating condition. However, more studies are showing that disability, especially in the elderly, can also be the result of loneliness. Living alone or simply even feeling unloved and isolated can cause a serious ...
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  • Raymond Kulma from Michigan was recently arrested for his seventh DUI. The ironic thing is he wasn’t even driving. Instead, he was operating a stolen, motorized wheelchair. The police chief who arrived on the scene says that the arresting officers conducted several sobriety tests, but Mr. Kulma failed every single one. He had a BAC of.241 at the time, which is three times the legal limit. In ...
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  • The U.S Commerce Secretary John Bryson was suspected of a DUI on June 10 th, after he was involved in a hit-and-run accident in Los Angeles County. DUIs can be embarrassing, but it is even worse when you are convicted of a DUI and you are in a prominent political position. According to the LA Times, the politician offered to take a breathalyzer test to prove that he was not drinking and driving. ...
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  • In Ellis County, Texas, a former attorney has been captured and sentenced to a lifetime in prison after he was convicted of child sex abuse. The lawyer fled to Honduras after he pled guilty to his charges. The elderly man has been under the radar since April, 2006, when he was suspected of sexually assaulting a child. He was also charged with indecency with a child by contact and indecency with a ...
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