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The Opioid Crisis: Are Doctors Liable for Prescribing Drugs?

  • April 24, 2018

When the legendary musician Prince died of a drug overdose in 2016, it sent shock waves through the music community. 57 years old, in seemingly good health, and a supporter of clean living without drug use, Prince was a far cry from the usual overdose victim. The puzzling and sudden nature of his death left everyone asking the same question. How exactly did this happen? The Opi...

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Barbara Bush, End-of-Life Decisions, and the Legal and Medical Challenges

  • April 20, 2018

As the First Lady of the United States from 1989 to 1993 and the matriarch of a prominent political family, Barbara Bush was known for her hospitality and faith, promoting literary, and for being the wife of one president and the mother of another. And in the days leading up to her death this week at the age of 92, she sparked an important conversation about end-of-life decisio...

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Chaos and Terror on Southwest Airlines

  • April 18, 2018

While plane accidents, like the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, have both captivated and horrified the world in recent years, the United States hadn’t seen a plane fatality in almost ten years—until yesterday. Chaos and Terror on Southwest Airlines Flight With 144 passengers and five crew members aboard, a Boeing 737 with Southwest Airlines was on its way fro...

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Sports Spectator Safety for the Stanley Cup Playoffs

  • April 17, 2018

We might not see much ice in Florida, but that doesn’t stop us from getting excited about hockey—especially when it involves our very own Tampa Bay Lightning! With the Stanley Cup playoffs in full swing, hockey fever has totally taken over Tampa Bay. But for one fan, this weekend’s game got a little too close for comfort. The fan, a woman attending game two of the playoff...

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Learning about Autism and SSD During Autism Awareness Month

  • April 16, 2018

Considering that 3.5 million Americans have been diagnosed with autism, it’s likely that you have a friend, family member, classmate, or coworker who lives with this disorder.  If you have a loved one with autism or have it yourself, you know that it takes many forms and ranges in severity. But did you also know that it may qualify for Social Security Disability? Understandi...

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From Canada to Alabama, Recent Bus Accidents Have Deadly Toll

  • April 12, 2018

Canada is thousands of miles away from us in Florida, but when fifteen members of a hockey team were killed in a bus crash there earlier this month, the emotions were still powerfully felt, particularly among the sports community. Humboldt Bus Crash and Other Tragedies The accident occurred on April 6th in Saskatchewan, a province in western Canada that borders Montana and Nort...

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