The improvements in technology have been staggering over the past few decades. Many of these improvements are now incorporated into Los Angeles residents' vehicles, including a number of features designed to improve safety.
While asbestos exposure in the workplace has been minimized significantly over the past few decades, employees/workers are still exposed to dangerous toxins and chemicals in the workplace today.
It is easy to take one's health for granted when things are going well. A sudden injury or illness can change all of that for Los Angeles residents, with monumental impacts in a person's everyday life.
It is one of the most enjoyable times of the year for many Los Angeles residents. In part, this is because America's most popular game, football, is in full swing at nearly every level of competition. While the game can be exciting to play and watch, it can also present serious dangers to those involved.
Life can change in an instant for Los Angeles residents. When a car accident occurs, for example, the brief moment of impact can lead to a lifetime of consequences for those injured in the incident.
Fall is here, and with it comes one of America's favorite pastimes, the American Football. Every Sunday, and Monday and Thursday from September until early February, millions of fans fill stadiums and bars, or are glued to the television watching their favorite team hit and tackle their way to victory or defeat. An unfortunate side effect of the violence of American Football is the alarmingly high number of brain injuries that occur to players.