A virtual mesothelioma cancer trial recently got underway via Zoom in a Washington state court with each side presenting their opening arguments to the 16 person jury in Seattle. King County, Wash., is one of the most active jurisdictions in the country when it comes to virtual hearings during coronavirus pandemic. The judge presiding over the case did so from her courtroom, while all the other parties logged into Zoom from their remote locations. According…
The Food and Drug Administration recently reportedly approved a new device that could help reduce the risk of traumatic brain injury (TBI) during head impacts. The device was authorized for athletes 13 and older, and can be used during football, soccer, and other high-impact sports.    Called the Q-Collar, the device fits around the back and side of the neck and is shaped like a C. It works by clamping down on blood vessels in…
The Food and Drug Administration recently reportedly approved a new device that could help reduce the risk of traumatic brain injury (TBI) during head impacts. The device was authorized for athletes 13 and older, and can be used during football, soccer, and other high-impact sports.    Called the Q-Collar, the device fits around the back and side of the neck and is shaped like a C. It works by clamping down on blood vessels in…

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