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15 Tips to Stay Safe While Hiking the Rockies

Rocky Mountain Hiking Safety Tips

The Colorado Mountains are always fun, but if you are not prepared can be extremely dangerous, even deadly. Please review the following tips to ensure safety on your next hike. The following are certainly a few factors to consider for your next hike: 1. Warm-up prior to beginning the trip We can not emphasize just how essential stretching out just before a hike truly is. Stretching boosts the heart rate, temperature, and blood circulation to your muscles. Furthermore, stretching improves the body's flexibility and reduces possibility of injury. 2. Begin the hike off gradually Once more, it is important to warm up your...

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Denver Motorcycle Accident Attorney

Colorado Department of Transportation simulates motorcycle injuries when a rider doesn't wear motorcycle gear The Colorado Department of Transportation released a graphic video that depicts the injuries that a rider could expect if they are involved in a motorcycle accident without wearing any gear. In the video a rider is done up with theatrical make-up to show a few of the common injuries when someone is hurt in a motorcycle accident. The injuries portrayed in the video are shattered orbital bone, which can cause possible permanent vision impairment, severe abrasions, which can cause permanent scarring. Broken bones, severed body parts are other...

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Catastrophic Injuries – Traumatic Brain Injury and Military Personnel

A recent statistic has been released that an average of 22 military veterans commit suicide each day in the United States. This is a very serious issue, and a JAMA Psychiatry study that was published on May 15, 2013 has revealed that there may be a link to veterans who suffered multiple traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) are more likely to commit suicide than the general population. Incurring several TBIs is a reality for combat veterans, and up until now no one was sure whether or not that contributed to the increased likelihood of suicide. Click here to read the entire article via...

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