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Opening Doors to a Brighter Future

09/3/2009
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Down Syndrome strikes 1 in every 800 babies. Although commonly thought to predominantly afflict children of “older” mothers, the fact is that actually 80% of mothers giving birth to children with Down Syndrome are under the age of 35. At one time, Down Syndrome children had little hope and research […]

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You Are Involved in an Auto Accident…Then What?

08/31/2009
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At the time of an auto accident, you are confused, disoriented and making good decisions may not come to you as quickly as during normal times. But, after an auto accident, in the minutes after an accident, a day or two after, there are steps you must take to ensure […]

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Uninsured Motorist Coverage–To Stack or Not to Stack

03/29/2023
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Editor’s Note: The majority of this article contains copyrighted information, which has been reprinted through the kind permission of the Florida Association of Insurance Agents. Only the first eight paragraphs of introduction are of original content. You can visit the Florida Association of Insurance Agents’ website at: www.faia.com Who has […]

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Hope for Homelessness–The Lord’s Place

08/24/2009
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The Lord’s Place began as a soup kitchen in 1979 and now gives homeless families hope for the future. The Lord’s Place provides homeless families with a haven in which to begin rebuilding their lives. The Lord’s Place is holding its 2nd Annual Ending Homelessness Breakfast on November 6, 2009, […]

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Taking Time to Care

08/17/2009
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I am busy–really busy. Everyone in our firm is busy–real busy. No matter how busy, though, I am glad that occasionally, I take the time to be thankful for what I have–including being busy. When I see people less fortunate than me or my family, I am thankful for the […]

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Products Derived from Human Tissues

08/3/2009
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The harvesting of bodily tissues without consent is considered battery; however, using tissue previously removed during medical procedures to facilitate research experiments is not prohibited.  Without tissue donations, the production of certain biomedical products would be impossible to produce. Recent law, however, has sided with pharmaceutical companies by stating that […]

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IS OUR ENVIRONMENT BECOMING DETRIMENTAL TO OUR HEALTH?

07/2/2009
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The “Good Old Days” are gone when crops were organically grown, we lived off the land and grew our own produce and raised our own farm animals. Our environment has become crowded; we have factories that mass produce our food items; and our water, in some instances, has become contaminated […]

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DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS: RECALLS & BANS 101

06/17/2009
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For a consumer, a press release of a recall or ban of a product is thought to be in real time, when in fact some perceived “recalls” or “bans” have been years in the making.  Another not well known fact is that a perceived recall or ban may be neither.  […]

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DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS: A NEW SHERIFF IN TOWN

06/16/2009
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In March 2009, President Barack Obama appointed long-time public health expert Dr. Margaret A. Hamburg, who will succeed Dr. Andrew von Eschenvach, who has led the highly criticized agency since 2005.  In a statement by Steve Mister, President of the Counsel for Responsible Nutrition (“CRN”), “the more than 150 million Americans […]

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