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Essure Lawsuit: The Health Risks and Benefits of Contraceptives

  • August 20, 2018

For women who want to prevent or delay pregnancy, contraceptives can be an ideal solution. From daily pills to long-term implants, contraceptives give women and their partners the ability to decide when—and if—they get pregnant. While often the subject of political and religious controversy, contraceptives are becoming increasingly popular in the United States. More than 99...

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The Background and Basics of Social Security

  • August 14, 2018

Around 61 million people in the United States benefit from Social Security, and 5.4% of all Americans receive Social Security Disability (SSD) benefits. Maybe you are one of the beneficiaries of one of these programs, or have a family member or loved one who receives Social Security or SSD benefits.  But how much do you actually know about the history of Social Security? The O...

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International Lefthanders Day: Is There More Danger Associated With Being Left-Handed?

  • August 13, 2018

Are you left-handed? If you’re part of the 10% of the world’s population that favors your left hand, you’re probably used to some of the everyday plights, like struggling to use objects that were designed for the right-handed majority. You’re probably also heard that left-handed people tend to die earlier deaths. Is there any truth to this? Does using a certain hand put...

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Our Guide to Back-to-School Safety

  • August 10, 2018

Wave hello to the friendly crossing guards and goodbye to the freedom of summer—the first day of school is here! From kindergartners kicking off their education career to middle school students riding the bus for the first time to high school seniors getting ready to enjoy their final year, everyone has something to look forward to. It can be bittersweet to see summer go, but...

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School Bus Safety Tips for Parents, Kids, and Drivers

  • August 9, 2018

What are your memories of riding the school bus? Do you have fond memories of waiting at the bus stop or sitting in the back with your best friends? Or do you just remember the school bus as a sweaty, loud, and bumpy experience? Whatever your memories of the school bus are, you’re probably about to relive some of them as school starts up again in Tampa Bay. Across the United ...

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Red Tide Facts: Safety for Swimmers and Boaters

  • August 8, 2018

From fish to sea turtles to even a massive whale shark, hundreds of sea creatures have washed ashore on Florida’s beaches in recent weeks. The cause of this heartbreaking—and smelly—scene? Red tide. What is Red Tide? Red tide is caused by toxic concentrations of Karenina brevis, a type of algae. Though it does release neurotoxins, Karenina brevis grows naturally in the G...

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