Many parents use the popular Bumbo seat to help their babies sit up by themselves. The single piece of molded foam wraps around the baby's back, and the seat includes leg holes. While babies can sit in the seats without support, they are able to move. If the seats are placed on raised surfaces such as a tables or countertops, infants placed in the seats could fall out, posing a risk of injuries.
Last week, two people were killed when a motorist drove in the wrong direction on Ga. 400. A 24-year-old driver started traveling south in the northbound lanes. According to a police officer on the scene, "The wrong-way driver collided head-on with another vehicle that was traveling north on Ga. 400."
In Fulton County, a man died after a forklift he was operating fell on top of him. The man was working at the Owens Corning facility located on McLarin Road. The incident occurred about 7 p.m.
In a recent op-ed in The New York Times, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, a CNN contributor, explored the relationship between the increase in treatments and tests ordered by physicians and the potentially corresponding rise in the number of medical errors made by doctors. Unfortunately, often when doctors make a mistake, the consequences are damaging or life threatening for the patient involved. Gupta argues that some of these devastating mistakes could be avoided if physicians ceased ordering unnecessary treatments.