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HR 1215 — Taking Rights Away from Americans

06/12/2017
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The House of Representatives is trying once again to get HR 1215 out and into the Senate to make it the law of the land. This is a really bad law that takes away rights of Americans. Call or write your congress people and tell them to vote NO on […]

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Insurance Confusion — Breast Cancer

06/8/2017
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We have all seen the catchy T-shirts for the Susan B. Komen walks “Protect the Tatas.”  Few adult diseases have received as much fund-raising attention as Breast Cancer, and for good reason. Did you know that according to Florida law, your insurer must pay for reconstructive surgery if the policy provides […]

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Elder Abuse: Awareness Day Aims To End It

06/2/2017
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Neglect of the elderly, an all-too-often occurrence in nursing homes and other community settings, will take center stage June 15, 2017, during World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. The day brings about a 24-hour period in which voices far and wide can express opposition to cruel actions targeting those too fragile […]

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Memorial Day — Thank you to those fallen heroes

05/26/2017
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  Giving your life to your country; to honor your family; to defend the ideals of a great country; and to defend our home land. Can there be anything more honorable than this? Many fallen heroes have heard the call to service of our country and have given their lives for […]

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Growing Older — Safety Resources & Information

05/24/2017
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Children and the elderly are most often hurt in avoidable accidents in and around the home. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reports that about 1.4 million Americans age 65 years and older are treated in emergency rooms at hospitals as the result of in home injuries. To help […]

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Smartphones and Driving DO NOT MIX

05/22/2017
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Tragic automobile accidents forever change the lives of those involved. I have seen it too often in my career. For the victim, a life may be tragically cut short. For the at-fault party, they will live knowing that their negligence caused serious injuries to not just the victim, but also […]

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May Is American Stroke Month

05/18/2017
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Act ‘FAST’ if Signs or Symptoms Occur A stroke strikes someone every 40 seconds in the United States, affecting nearly 800,000 lives each year. It is the fifth-leading cause of death, and kills 130,000 annually. For those who survive, long-term disabilities often ensue, depending in the severity of the event. […]

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Traumatic Brain Injuries: The Dynamics

05/15/2017
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When a loved one experiences a traumatic brain injury (TBI), family dynamics are forever changed. The athletic boy who suffered a blow to the head during batting practice no longer is able-bodied. The academic girl who suffered a skull fracture after a fall no longer can read. A father driving […]

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What are the costs of traumatic brain injury (TBI)?

05/11/2017
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The public often expresses outrage at high-dollar verdicts when they reach the six- and seven-figure level. This is understandable in court cases, since only the jury hears all the evidence in a given case and the public is left to sparse and incomplete news reporting of trials. For example, take […]

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Traumatic Brain Injury — What are the facts?

05/4/2017
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Over 5 million Americans have suffered a traumatic brain injury, or a TBI, and are living with disabilities that range from minor to severe. TBI patients who survive face a lifetime of consequences that affect every aspect of their lives, including the ability to work, drive, maintain a household and […]

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