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Milwaukee Nursing Homes to Pay $38M for Substandard Care, But Not to Residents They Harmed

A recent story in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel disclosed that Extendicare Health Services Inc., which owns a chain of nursing homes in Milwaukee, has reached a $38 million settlement for substandard and unnecessary care given to residents between 2007 and 2013. However, none of that money is earmarked for the patients who suffered; the bulk […]

Lower Gas Prices Could Make for Safer Winter Driving

Across the country, gasoline prices have been falling, and economists predict that trend may last throughout the winter of 2014-2015. This means that most Wisconsin residents will have some extra cash for holiday shopping, but it may also mean they’ll be safer on the roads this winter. According to the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles, […]

Hands-Free Technology in Your Car: Helpful or Harmful?

Do you have technology in your car that allows you to make calls, text, or even write messages without using your hands? Have you ever used that technology while you were driving? Thought you were being safe while you did it?  Well, turns out, even with all that, you may have been headed down a […]

Dog Bite Death of Hustisford Boy Raises Questions for Wisconsin Pet Owners

The tragic death of a seven year-old boy bitten by the family’s pet Rottweiler raises questions for families who own guard dog breeds as family pets. According to fdlreproter.com, the family had recently moved to the area to open a “dog protection” business called Platinum K9 Protection. Though the facts and circumstances behind the dog […]

Risky Driving and the Teenage Brain

According to statistics from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, young people from 15 to 24 years old represent only 14 percent of the population but are responsible for 30 percent of motor vehicle injuries among males and 28 percent among females. In other words, a young driver is roughly twice as likely as […]