Flying with Your Baby: What’s Legally Required?

Traveling with children is always hectic, whether you travel by car or by plane. The rules for car travel are fairly simple: all babies and children (up to a certain height and weight) must be secured in an approved car or booster seat. While the FAA does not require...

How Far Would You Go to Save Your Child?

Of course you would do most anything to save the life of your child. One woman is fighting the government to save her daughter, Jordan. One of Doreen Gummoe’s twin daughters was born with Francini anemia, a rare inherited blood disorder that destroys bone marrow and...

Some Things to Know When Traveling this 4th of July

The Fourth of July week is upon us, and that means more traffic on our roadways. Whether you’re planning a long trip, or you’re just going across town, there are some things you need to be aware of should you be involved in an auto accident. Two-vehicle accidents are...

Fried Rice Syndrome and a Texas-Sized Lawsuit

Have you ever heard of the ailment referred to as “Fried Rice Syndrome”? It is a real malady, named and recognized by the Food and Drug Administration. A Texas woman, after having eaten fried rice at a local restaurant, is suing them for $1-million after becoming very...

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