Driving on the streets of Atlanta requires all of one's attention. There really is no room for distractions or impaired driving. Distractions can come in many forms including cell phones, the car's stereo, passengers and even sights along the road. These things should be limited as much as possible to lower the risk of car accidents.
For a large percentage of people living in Atlanta, the question of whether or not the food they buy at the grocery store is safe for consumption is not even an issue. After all, there are certain safeguards and regulations set in place to ensure that food sold in the United States is safe. In fact, there is an entire government agency, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, that is charged with overseeing the safety of food and drugs that are sold in the U.S.
When you think of a defective product in Fulton County, you may think of a toy that has been recalled because of a danger that it poses to a child or an article of clothing that falls apart the first time it’s washed. You probably wouldn’t think about the possibility of a product used in a medical procedure being defective. Yet even with the possible fatal consequences of mistakes made in the manufacture of medical products, they do unfortunately happen.
When a person goes to the doctor in Atlanta, he or she expects to find answers to what ails him or her. Far too often, patients are misdiagnosed with the wrong illness. In many of these cases, there is little harm, if any, done. But for someone suffering from a major disease, a misdiagnosis can be fatal.