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Are You Prepared for Hurricane Season?

05/22/2018
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We in the southeast coastal areas just can’t wait for it! Hurricane season starts June 1, and the time to put a plan into place is now. The season is a long one – it runs through Nov. 30 – so any plan is subject to change, but the important […]

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Can You Live Without Your Digital Teddy Bear?

05/18/2018
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Can you imagine getting a ticket for texting while crossing the street? You will in Honolulu, HI! It won’t matter whether it is a cellphone, a tablet or a video game under a new bill, Electronic Devices Pedestrian Safety Bill. Offenses carry a fine of $15 to $35 for the […]

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Deck Safety at Home: Better Safe Than Sorry

05/10/2018
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May is Deck Safety Month, and the North American Decking and Railing Association, or NADRA, is busy spreading the word about the care and maintenance of those enjoyable outdoor spaces that, in recent years, have turned out to be deadly. Berkeley, Calif., was the site of a deck collapse in […]

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Electrical Safety at Home: Isn’t Safe Better Than Sorry?

05/2/2018
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Electricity is something society takes for granted, until it goes out because of a bad thunderstorm, an industrial accident or, in Florida, an osprey building a nest atop a power pole. Even though as a society we are enjoying the most reliable and cheapest electricity suppliers to date… All three scenarios […]

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Can Surgeon General Advisory Affect Opioid Overdoses?

04/12/2018
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Jerome Adams Calls on Communities To ‘Be Prepared’ and ‘Save A Life’ The opioid epidemic in America is so out of hand that the U.S. surgeon general’s office has issued an advisory: “Be prepared. Get naloxone. Save a life.” Naloxone, a nasal spray marketed as Narcan, immediately reverses the effects […]

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Can HEAL Do It For America’s Opioid Epidemic?

04/6/2018
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Government Initiative Promises $1.1 Billion in Research Funds The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services’ National Institutes of Health has launched a brand-new – and much-necessary – initiative to combat the country’s opioid epidemic if a person wants to get help with the addiction. HEAL, an acronym for Helping […]

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Does BYOD Corporate Policies Provide an Unfair Protection?

03/19/2018
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  Should defendants be permitted to adopt a policy concerning employee use of personal computing devices in business that benefits the defendant and then hide behind that policy to its benefit in the discovery process of a lawsuit? An essential organization in the modern discovery process, The Sedona Conference, has […]

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