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Break Out the Cleats: World Cup Inspired Soccer Safety

  • June 18, 2018

What comes to mind when you think about football? If you imagined a brown ball, touchdown cheers, and burly men in helmets, you’re probably an American. If you were from outside of the United States, you would probably have a different image of football, one that involves goals and black-and-white balls. This is because outside of the United States, football means soccer! The...

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Elder Abuse: Not Just Physical

  • June 15, 2018

If you recently laughed your way through Deadpool 2 or sat at the edge of your seat during Avengers: Infinity War, you have Stan Lee to thank. As a comic book writer and longtime fixture of Marvel Comics, Lee  co-created timeless characters like Thor, Iron Man, the Hulk, Spider Man, and the X-Men. He has played a role in creating dozens of superhero franchises that both adults...

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Medical Malpractice in the Mental Health Field

  • June 13, 2018

How often do you talk about mental health issues with your family, friends, and coworkers? Probably not very often. Topics like medication, therapy, and suicide ideation aren’t usually considered pleasant things to discuss at the dinner table or around the water-cooler. But for people who suffer from mental illnesses, the unwillingness to openly talk about mental health can m...

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Does Alcoholism Affect SSD?

  • June 11, 2018

Imagine that you encounter two people, both of whom are applying for Social Security Disability. One is an army veteran who was diagnosed with cancer after experiencing chemical exposure while serving overseas. The other is an alcoholic who is suffering from liver damage after years of heavy drinking. Are they both qualified to receive SSD? In certain circumstances, the answer ...

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Summer Camp: Injury Risks Mixed in With the Fun

  • June 8, 2018

For kids, the first few days of summer are the best! With their days of teachers and homework (temporarily) behind them, there is nothing more gratifying than that first drip in the pool or trip to the playground, as they can bask in the realization that they have a whole summer to play, explore, and relax. But the pool and playground can quickly get boring, and kids—and thei...

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Retracing the Steps: The Basics of Accident Reconstruction

  • June 6, 2018

Like many fatal collisions, last month’s pedestrian accident along Tampa’s scenic Bayshore Boulevard likely happened in the blink of an eye. In one moment, a young mother was legally crossing the road at an intersection, pushing her 21-month-old-daughter in a stroller. The next, a teenage driver changed everything when he raced down the road, reaching excessive speeds befor...

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