Drowning is one of the most common causes of death in children across the country. A fact that is scary enough. But in the summer of 2017, the heartbreaking story of a young Texas boy who died an entire week after swimming from “dry drowning” gave parents another reason to lose sleep.
Marylanders looking to celebrate Independence Day locally this year are making a safe choice. According to a new study by ASecureLife, Maryland was rated as the ninth safest state in the country to observe the patriotic holiday, reporting fewer instances of firework and vehicle accidents occurring in the surrounding days.
Summer carnivals are not always the thrilling experience families are hoping for. From May to September, approximately 20 children are treated in emergency rooms across the country every day for amusement park-related injuries, according to Nationwide Children’s Hospital. These injuries total to more than 4,000 a year, with accidents ranging from minor bumps to life threatening conditions.
St. Patrick’s Day is almost here! Over half of the American population is planning to celebrate this year and Baltimore has no shortage of shamrock festivities.
Baltimore, MD, January 7, 2019 – Five deserving families sat down to a fully-prepared holiday meal complete with colorfully-wrapped presents thanks to the kindness of D’Amore Personal Injury Law, LLC. The meal and gifts were delivered by Paul D’Amore, the founder of the firm, and his colleagues. “Seeing these kids so excited about receiving a simple toy and hat and gloves was the best part of my holiday season,” says D’Amore. “It truly was a poignant reminder of what the holidays are all about.”
No matter your age, regular exercise is important for a person to maintain a healthy weight, enhance their cariovascular capacity and increase and improve strength, mobility, and flexibility. The same is true for people with disabilities; only they have an added challenge. Finding a sport or activity that not only interests them but also accommodates
Do you, or someone you know, spend days gazing out the window of your home wishing you could go out and enjoy all of the leisure and recreational activities Baltimore has to offer?
But because your wheelchair bound, you believe there are no activities you could possibly particiate in. There was a day when that