Due to the crisis surrounding the Coronavirus and Covid-19, millions of Americans have been forced to grapple with less than ideal working conditions such as reductions in pay, requests by employers to “volunteer” for a period of time, the loss of … [Continue reading] about COVID-19 and the Fair Labor Standards Act’s Protections for Workers
Dallas electric scooter rentals have been very popular, with nearly 4-million rental rides tallied since they first debuted in June, 2018. Until the time of COVID-19 and the eventual quarantine, an ever-increasing number of electric rental scooters … [Continue reading] about Dallas Electric Scooter Rentals May Lead to Injuries
The novel coronavirus, commonly called COVID-19, primarily affects breathing as it is a respiratory disease. But specifically, how does COVID-19 affect lung cancer patients? Since there is currently no vaccine or treatment directly targeted for … [Continue reading] about How Does COVID-19 Affect Lung Cancer Patients?
On March 30, 2020, the United States Environmental Protection Agency released a draft risk evaluation. This assessment confirmed that exposure to asbestos continues to pose unreasonable risks to workers who process or use asbestos-containing sheet … [Continue reading] about EPA: Asbestos Continues to Pose Unreasonable Risks to Workers
Research cooperation between two countries that don’t communicate politically – the United States (US) and Cuba – allows a strange relationship to make strides against cancer. Now a Cuban lung cancer vaccine is in US clinical trials. How did … [Continue reading] about Clinical Trials of Cuban Lung Cancer Vaccine Continue