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More than Just a Pain in the Neck: The Dangers of Cervical Fractures

  • February 19, 2018

While watching the Winter Olympics, you might find yourself gasping in awe or cheering out loud. But you might also find yourself wincing and grimacing as the athletes take painful tumbles across the ice, slopes, and rinks. One of these scary moments happened during the men’s quarterfinal race in snowboarding. On the final jump of the race, Markus Schairer, an athlete from Au...

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Service Animals, Emotional Support Animals, and Your Legal Rights

  • February 15, 2018

When you’ve had a rough day, there’s nothing better than coming home to a pet that greets you with an excited kiss or a warm cuddle! Pets, from the fuzzy to the scaly, are a great source of happiness for many people, and provide companionship and support. In the case of service animals, they can even help their owners get through their daily routine, provide comfort, or...

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Happy Mardi Gras!

  • February 13, 2018

While Tampa Bay is still picking colorful Gasparilla beads off the streets, New Orleans is preparing for a celebration that puts even Gasparilla to shame! Today is Mardi Gras, the final wild celebration before the beginning of Lent. The History of Mardi Gras Also known as Fat Tuesday, Shrove Tuesday, and Pancake Tuesday, Mardi Gras is a Catholic holiday. It’s celebrated by ex...

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Road Name Change Honors Principal Killed in Crash

  • February 9, 2018

Can one person truly make a difference? Of course! For evidence, look no further than this story of a Pasco County student who improved road safety in honor of her school’s principal. 14-year-old Makayla, a student at Crews Lake Middle School near Spring Hill, saw that speeding drivers were a problem around her school. To bring awareness to this issue, she wrote to WFLA, a lo...

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Go for the Gold with Winter Olympics Inspired Safety!

  • February 8, 2018

The Olympic torch is about to be lit again! This Friday, the 2018 Winter Olympics kick off in PyeongChang, South Korea, giving thousands of top athletes the chance to show off their skills and go for the gold. The much-anticipated Olympic Games are held every four years, with the summer and winter Olympics alternating in occurrence every four years, but two years apart. The las...

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One Car, Many Factors: Determining Liability for a Single Car Accident

  • February 7, 2018

Imagine you’re in the kitchen, standing on an old, wobbly stool to reach a container on the highest shelf. When the stool teeters, you fall off and smack your arm against the counter, leaving a painful bruise. Because you made the decision to get up on the stool, you probably only have yourself to blame for your injuries. After a single car accident, you might have the same t...

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