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The Gift of Safety: Your 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

  • December 11, 2018

It may not be a gaming system or shiny new car, but the gift of safety is the best thing you can give! When you give a safety product as a gift, it will be used all year long— not just stuffed on a shelf or in a closet after a few days of use. Need Some Ideas? For the Road Trip Lover or Daily Commuter: A roadside assistance kit. For someone with do-it-yourself ideals (or mayb...

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Bikers, Beware: The Most Dangerous Intersections in Tampa Bay

  • December 6, 2018

It’s no secret that Tampa Bay isn’t exactly the safest place for bicyclists. Our area, despite its many positive aspects, frequently ends up on “worst biking city” lists. Earlier this year, the Wall Street Journal even named Pinellas County as the worst place in the entire nation for bicyclists. It’s hard to believe that our perfect state could be so dangerous, but st...

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Malnutrition and Medical Malpractice

  • November 30, 2018

When you hear the word “malnutrition,” what’s the first thing that comes to mind? One of the first images that probably jumps into your mind is a tragic picture of a starving child in a war-torn or poverty-stricken country. But while malnutrition is a concern for underprivileged communities across the world, there is another group that often goes ignored when talking abou...

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The Snowbirds Are Back!

  • November 29, 2018

Sudden slowdowns. Confused drivers. An influx of Canadian license plates. If you’re a longtime Florida, you know this can only mean one thing—the snowbirds are back in town! “Snowbird” is a common slang term for people who migrate to warmer temperatures during the winter months. Typically from Canada or the northeast or midwest regions of the United States, snowbirds fl...

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Recall Roundup: November 2018

  • November 26, 2018

From the turkey and mashed potatoes for our Thanksgiving feasts to the toys and electronics on our Black Friday shopping lists, products play a big role in our lives throughout November and the start of the winter holiday season. But thanks to our desires for hearty food on the table and gifts under the tree, a recall on a dangerous or defective product during the holiday seaso...

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Bad News for Salad Fans: E. coli Strikes Again!

  • November 21, 2018

If you’ve been plotting a way to avoid the healthier options on the Thanksgiving table to focus on the pumpkin pie, you’re in luck!  The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has issued a massive alert about contaminated lettuce, just in time to complicate Thanksgiving plans for salad fans. Like the other lettuce scare that took place earlier this year, this safety alert concer...

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