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Overdose led to drug charges against two New Yorkers


City police have arrested and charged a number of people with drug-related crimes this year. Drug offenses can be serious, so it is important for those accused of drug trafficking to take their charges seriously. A recent overdose involving fentanyl led police to charge two men with drug-related felonies.

How mirrors can keep workers safe

New York employees could suffer significant injury or pass away as a result of an accident at work. The loss in productivity as well as higher insurance rates may also be prices that employers pay after an accident. In some cases, even a near miss can result in serious injury to an employee. Therefore, employers need to do everything in their power to make workplace safety a top priority.

Older workers staying safe on the job

New York workplace safety professionals have to communicate with workers of all ages and have their messages about workplace safety understood. While it is important that the experts not rely on stereotypes to deliver effective messages, it is important that they take into account certain age-related trends.

What are the penalties for selling drugs in New York?


All across the country, the police arrest people for allegedly using, possessing, selling and manufacturing drugs. Each of these crimes is different and involves different penalties. Drug arrests may lead to drug charges and convictions. If you have been arrested or charged with a drug-related crime, you should be prepared for what lies ahead.

UTIs may not be diagnosed or treated properly

Antibiotics can help save the lives of New York patients. However, when they are misused, they can create harm for patients as well as decrease their effectiveness in the future. This may be especially true for those who live in a long-term care facility. Often, antibiotics are given to those who have been misdiagnosed as having a urinary tract infection, and they are among the most prescribed medications in nursing homes.

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