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Snow Safety for Floridians

  • December 13, 2017

Why is a law firm in Clearwater, Florida talking about snow safety? It’s a fair question. Snow in Florida is incredibly rare, with measurable snowfall occurring just a few times every century. It is typically limited to the far northern parts of the state, like Jacksonville and Pensacola. And while there have been instances of ice and flurries in recent memory, the last time ...

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SSD Struggles: When Denial Comes After a Long Wait

  • December 12, 2017

No one likes waiting! If you’re ever waited on a call back from a doctor, stood in line for a post-work sandwich from the Publix deli, or taken a kid to an amusement park, you know that long waits can quickly lead to impatience, irritability, and anger. Thankfully, though, the payoff often comes much faster than you think, and the wait feels well worth it. But can you imagine...

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Tips for a Happy and Safe Hanukkah!

  • December 11, 2017

Look around during the winter holiday season and you’ll probably see lots of lights! From flashing LED ornaments to elaborate house decorations, festive lights are a beloved and colorful part of the holiday season. But during Hanukkah, which begins on Tuesday, lights become much more than just pretty decorations. The History of Hanukkah Hanukkah, sometimes spelled as Chanukah...

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The Importance of Accessibility for People with Disabilities

  • December 7, 2017

Can you imagine going to your favorite museum, only to discover that the stairs to get into the building have suddenly vanished? Or imagine you get in, but your guide through the exhibit is speaking an entirely new language, one that’s impossible to understand. Or maybe the sound breaks on a video in the exhibit, also making it impossible to understand. Hypothetical situa...

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Sleep Off That Food Coma Before Getting on the Road!

  • December 6, 2017

Dirty dishes piled high on the counter. The TV turned on to a football game, even though no one is watching. Someone snoring in the cozy armchair, while someone else snoozes on the couch. This is a familiar post-meal scene, particularly around holidays like Thanksgiving and Christmas. But did you know that there is actually a scientific term for this kind of post-feast exhausti...

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The Legal and Ethical Issues with DNR Tattoos

  • December 4, 2017

Is a tattoo a legally binding document? Doctors in Miami had to grapple with this question when an unconscious man was brought into their hospital, suffering from organ failure. While this is clearly a situation that calls for prompt medical attention, the doctors faced a strange setback. The man had a tattoo across his chest that read “do not resuscitate,” with a signature...

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