If everyone in the world used common sense, defensive driving tactics and followed traffic laws, the number of people who die in auto collisions would sharply decline. In fact, some safety experts would agree that auto accident deaths would virtually become a thing of the past. If you want to help support a safer world and drive your vehicle the "right" way to avoid accidents and fatalities, take the following advice to heart:
Few things are as dangerous as working on a ladder. Did you know that falls lead the way in construction's Fatal Four every year, often making up about 40 percent of fatal incidents? On top of that, thousands of people suffer serious injuries every year.
For years, the roads got safer. You read the reports and saw fewer accidents, injuries and fatalities. The trend literally held for decades. It wouldn't be long, you thought, until driving was one of the safest ways to get around.
One common problem among patients of nursing homes is the risk of dehydration. Patients may take many medications, and certain types could make them prone to dehydration. Along with the inability to obtain a drink whenever they want and difficulty with memory lapses, some patients are more likely to suffer from dehydration than others.