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    ATSPA Mourns Loss of Dr. John M. Templeton Jr.

    A tireless advocate for trauma prevention passed away on Saturday, May 16. Dr. John M. Templeton Jr., president of the American Trauma Society, Pennsylvania Division’s board of directors, passed away after a courageous battle with cancer….

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    Bike Safely this Spring

    Riding a bike is a fun activity for the entire family. During May, which is National Bicycle Safety month, keep these safety tips in mind before hitting the streets. Always wear a properly fitted helmet. Inspect…

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    Health Alert: Bad Reactions to Synthetic Marijuana Seen in PA

    An increasing number of patients are being seen in Pennsylvania hospitals because of adverse reactions to substances reported to be synthetic marijuana, cathinones (bath salts) or a mixture of the two. According to the Pennsylvania Health Alert…

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    Trauma Prevention is going 3D

    Trauma prevention is going 3D during May, which is national Trauma Awareness Month. But we’re not talking three-dimensional; the “d’s” stand for drugs/drinking, distraction and drowsiness, all of which can be contributing factors to vehicle crashes….

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    May ‘Out of Harm’s Way’ Newsletter

    The May 2015 issue of “Out of Harm’s Way” features information on “3D Trauma Prevention,” motorcycle and bicycle safety months, the signs of strokes and more. Find the newsletter here.  We encourage you to share this newsletter with colleagues, media…

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    South Central PA Certified Child Passenger Safety Seat Technicians

    Car crashes are the number one killer of children 1 to 12 years old in the United States. The best way to protect them in the car is to put them in the right seat, at…

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