Does sexual harassment need to be physical?

Nobody deserves to feel uncomfortable at work. But some employees hold the misconception that inappropriate behaviors should be tolerated if they’re not a physical threat. Sexual harassment in the workplace can exist in multiple ways. It’s important to know it when you see it, so we can put a stop to it. What counts as… read more

20-year-old drunk driver kills three, injures more

The Memorial Day holiday is a time set aside for people in New York and across the nation to remember and honor those who have died in the act of serving the country. Unfortunately, for some people, it also becomes a time when their own personal grief sets in and leaves them with new people… read more

Ride safe in any weather with these 5 tips

Whether you ride motorcycle, bike or scooter, you’re probably ready to get out on the road this summer. But, before you go it’s important to have the right gear for the weather. Here are a few tips to prepare for outdoor riding. 1. Carry rain gear Even if the forecast is clear, it’s a good… read more

The dangers of double-decker tour buses

New York is a massive city with plenty of room for exploration. Not even longtime residents have taken the time to visit all of the city’s iconic locations in every borough. Thankfully, more tourists and locals can get the chance to do so now that the weather is perfect for double-decker bus tours. Having no… read more

Recovering from a traumatic brain injury

Residents of New York who get into serious accidents risk damage being done to their head, skull and brain. Brain damage in particular can be difficult to deal with because of its long-lasting and highly disruptive impact on a person’s life. Today, we take a look at the recovery process after receiving a traumatic brain… read more

Are e-scooters and e-bikes legal in New York?

Electronic bikes and scooters have become a popular attraction in major cities, including San Francisco, St. Louis, Chicago, Washington D.C., Dallas and more. However, travelling at speeds up to 20 miles per hour, it’s easy to see how these vehicles could be a danger to pedestrians and drivers on busy New York streets. Yet, the… read more

Medical errors the nation’s third-most common cause of death

When you show up to a New York hospital or physician’s office, chances are, you feel confident in the quality of care you will receive while there and have faith that your doctor will direct you down the right path. Regrettably, however, doctors, like everyone else, are not immune to making errors, but the errors… read more