Callers Overwhelm New Jersey Hotline for Priest Sexual Abuse Victims

A new hotline for the victims of priest sexual abuse in New Jersey has been overwhelmed by callers, according to a recent report. Since the hotline was created by the NJ State Attorney General’s Office, thousands of calls have come in to report sexual abuse by priests in the various dioceses of New Jersey. The
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Flight Attendants May Have Higher Cancer Rates, Study Shows

For a long time, there has been speculation about whether people in high-stress jobs like flight attendants are more likely to suffer from higher cancer rates. Now there appears to be evidence that the people who serve us in the skies may indeed be more likely to get cancer. Flight Attendant Cancer Risks The results
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Misdiagnosis and Medical Malpractice

Although the medical profession has a high success rate, some patients still suffer from diagnostic errors like misdiagnosis and delayed diagnosis. These types of mistakes might occur due to faulty testing equipment, laboratory errors or a doctor’s negligence. Misdiagnosis and Medical Malpractice in New Jersey A misdiagnosis occurs when a doctor wrongly diagnoses a patient’s
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Construction-Related Injuries from Falling Objects

Statistics consistently prove that the construction industry is the most dangerous field to work in. Despite countless OSHA regulations, safety requirements and attempts to curb work-related injuries, construction remains the most dangerous due to the nature of the work these brave individuals do. Construction-Related Accidents and Injuries in New Jersey Falling objects are a serious
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23 Hospitalized After 5 NJ School Buses Smash Into Each Other

Emergency personnel from all around Burlington County assisted in helping respond to a serious accident involving at least five school buses. Five New Jersey School Buses Collide When officials learned about a motor vehicle collision involving five school buses and numerous children, multiple agencies nearby Burlington Country responded to help provide immediate emergency care to
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