Courtney Love, former Hole lead singer and part-time celebrity train wreck, has been sued for using the social networking tool Twitter to make a number of allegedly-defamatory rants about Los Angeles clothing designer Dawn Simorangkir.
March 2009 Archives
Yamaha Motor Corp. announced today that it is recalling its Rhino 450 and 660 off-road vehicles for free repairs, after the company received reports of 46 rollover deaths involving the popular two-seater vehicles.
As homes and businesses along the flooded Red River in North Dakota and Minnesota start recovery efforts, special attention is being paid to health hazards and safety concerns that are common to flooded areas, and the importance of understanding homeowners insurance policy coverage when it comes to floods and other natural disasters.
Crestor, the cholesterol drug made by AstraZeneca, does not significantly reduce the heart problems of patients who are on dialysis, according to research released today.
A report released today pinpoints improper anchoring as the cause of a Florida boating accident that is presumed to have taken the lives of three football players. A fourth man survived the February 28th boating accident. The proper operation of boats and other watercraft -- and any injuries caused by boating mishaps -- is governed by maritime (or admiralty) law.
The recent death of actress Natasha Richardson, who suffered a fatal head injury after a seemingly minor skiing accident, has drawn attention to serious head injuries and the role that helmet laws might play in their prevention.
While there is no definitive proof that a helmet would have prevented Richardson's death, there is no doubt that use of a safety helmet can go a long way toward protecting you from severe head injuries. And many states and cities now require use of a helmet for activities like bicycling and motorcycle riding. So, what do you need to know about helmet laws?