One of the biggest problems in a medical setting is a wrong diagnosis. Some experts say that this is something the vast majority of people will experience at least one time over the course of their lives. The diagnosis will either be entirely wrong or it will be significantly delayed.
A semi-truck hit a man from Evanston, Illinois, while he was riding his bike along the highway, and the man was killed in the accident. The crash happened on Nov. 13, a Friday. It took place in Skokie, while the truck and the man were going down Howard Street.
There are a lot of things that can go wrong during a surgery, from being given the wrong medication to physical mistakes a doctor makes during the process. Unfortunately, even after you're out the door and on your way home in Illinois, you can't be fully relaxed, confident that everything went well.
Car accidents happen for a lot of reasons, but one study claims that most of them come from the same thing: Drivers who eat while they're behind the wheel. In fact, the study says that eating leads to as many as 80 percent of all wrecks.