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Is the NRA Gagging Doctors in Florida?

08/14/2014
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Every time I took my children to our pediatrician’s office, I was reminded of why I saw the same pediatrician as a kid and when I came back home to Florida, brought my children there, too. There is a sign in every treatment room—it reminds you of one of the […]

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Teen Drivers Face More Risks on the Road

08/14/2014
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Parents Should Instill Importance of Highway Safety in Their Children While the campaign against texting and driving accelerates – and rightly so – maybe a little more attention should be paid to talking on cell phones while driving, especially when the vehicle operators are teens. Distracted driving, defined by the […]

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Mobile Health Platforms from Google and Apple

08/13/2014
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Apple and Google, two of the technology industry’s top titans, are poised to release evolutionary software applications that will track the health data of those using them. Apple’s HealthKit and Google’s Fit will have a wide-ranging impact on how people perceive themselves, take care of their bodies and understand their […]

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FDA Initiative — Recall Information Now Readily Available

08/12/2014
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The Food and Drug Administration is modernizing the way it reports recalls of products that pose risks to consumers. Through the development of an application programming interface, all recalls reported to the Recall Enterprise System now will be available to researchers. The development of the software is significant because hundreds […]

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Another Recall from GM

08/6/2014
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I have lost count now of how many times GM has issued a recall and the total number of vehicles recalled in the past several months by GM; I know it is in the area of over 20 million vehicles. Tragically, years of delay in recalling cars over a faulty […]

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For the Sake of Seconds — Lives Lost

08/5/2014
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I can make it. I will not run the red light. Wrong. First, the light is never as long as you think it will be between the change from yellow to red. Second, the yellow light does not mean “go faster into the intersection”. The statistics are crystal clear that […]

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‘Big Data’ Dawns on Health-Care Industry

08/4/2014
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Technological Innovations Result in Real-Time Medical Records That Engage Patients, Aid Doctors A new breed of patients are becoming intrinsically engaged, active participants in their health care thanks to a series of technological innovations aimed at enhancing medical research. Among the technological innovations: monitoring devices. Wearable computerized gadgets can track […]

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A Pensacola Jury Strikes Major Blow Against an Evil Empire

07/25/2014
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For those who fight the tobacco industry, the recent $23.6 billion punitive damages jury verdict in a case tried in Pensacola against R.J. Reynolds was not astonishing. It reflects moral outrage after details about the tobacco industry’s dark past, and present, were disclosed. Public knowledge of the health risks of […]

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