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Keys to safe winter driving

Winter is upon us and that means more dangers than usual for Ohio's motorists. As we recently discussed, slippery road conditions can lead to serious motor vehicle accidents, as was the case in a recent 50-car pileup on Interstate 275.

Chain-reaction accident checklist

Winter driving can be especially dangerous as roads become slick and visibility is decreased. Just last week, a 50-car pileup in Ohio resulted in dozens of injuries. It only takes one car veering off course to jump-start a multi-car accident that can have serious consequences.

Cincinnati Bengals see brain injuries' possible effects on team

Brain injuries are some of the most devastating afflictions that someone can go through. Adding further damage is that not every aspect of a brain injury can be known at the time of injury and many still are needing to research just how deeply they could affect someone. The continued symptoms and suffering for many athletes is currently showing up in several legal disputes between athletes and their leagues.

Cincinnati Bengals see brain injuries' possible effects on team

Brain injuries are some of the most devastating afflictions that someone can go through. Adding further damage is that not every aspect of a brain injury can be known at the time of injury and many still are needing to research just how deeply they could affect someone. The continued symptoms and suffering for many athletes is currently showing up in several legal disputes between athletes and their leagues.

New ODOT website keeps drivers informed

As technology develops, motorists have more tools than ever to keep informed about what's happening on the road and how to avoid heavy traffic, poor conditions and accidents that may slow them down. Smartphone apps and GPS units often have these features, which help motorists get a complete picture of traffic conditions.

Study shows stages of brain injury

A recent study may help medical providers better under the psychological effects of traumatic brain injury, which could eventually lead to better patient care. Researchers at Boston University were able to identify four distinct stages of chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a form of dementia caused by TBI.

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