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For New Drivers, Practice Makes Perfect

  • November 6, 2019

Practice makes perfect! You’ve likely heard this saying before, like when you’re practicing your swing on the golf course or working in the kitchen on a complex recipe. No matter the task, motivation and resilience often pays off, leaving you glad that you didn’t give up. But on the roads, new drivers who are practicing their driving skills can cause trouble, no matter ho...

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When the Bedbugs Bite

  • October 30, 2019

After visiting a bar in downtown St. Pete, some patrons left with a little more than fun memories of a good night out. They ended up with painful, unsightly rashes! And the potential cause is something that you might not expect to find in a bar or restaurant. The suspected culprit? Bedbugs. Bedbug Basics After multiple patrons of the bar reported experiencing painful rashes, pa...

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Recall Roundup: October 2019

  • October 28, 2019

As the lights go down, you sit at the edge of your seat, watching as the horror movie’s protagonist creeps slowly through a dark house. She’s headed for the kitchen, where something seems to be lurking behind the door. With wide eyes, she reaches out a shaking hand to open the door and face her gruesome fate. But it’s not a masked killer, a zombie, or a ghoulish monster. ...

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Crash Test Dummies, Safety Features, and How Gender Influences Car Accident Risk

  • October 24, 2019

Have you ever seen a picture of a crash test dummy? Crash test dummies, full-scale replicas of the human body that gauge how our bodies respond to trauma, don’t look much like your everyday human. They are often bright yellow, with exposed necks, designs on the sides of their skulls, and wires to capture information. But while they might not look very human, crash test dummie...

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When a Nice Meal Becomes a Nightmare: Restaurant Liability

  • October 17, 2019

Have you ever had a restaurant mess up your order? While eating out, you’ve probably experienced some minor mistakes, like getting a rare steak when you asked for it well-done. Restaurants can be busy places, and small mistakes can often be easily dealt with by informing your server. But when it comes to dangerous ingredients and potential allergens, even a small mistake can ...

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Pregnancy Loss and Medical Malpractice

  • October 9, 2019

Did you know that October is Infant and Pregnancy Loss Awareness Month? It’s not a happy topic, especially for people who have experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or other complications. But breaking the silence around this devastating topic can be important, including when it comes to informing women about how their medical care can affect th...

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