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Tallahassee to Implement Ban on Snow

Tallahassee seems to have issued a challenge to mother nature by approving a “Zero Snow” resolution, which calls for the “absolute ban” of snow in...

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  • Feb 19, 2016

Manopause and the Middle Age Crisis: Testosterone Therapy Tied to Heart Attack Risk

We’re all familiar with the stereotype of a forty-year-old male combatting a receding hairline with Rogaine, frantically Googling for help on a low libido, and...

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  • Feb 19, 2016

Mobile Health Unit Rolls Up to the Underserved

Food trucks may be all the rage right now, but mobile systems of commerce exist outside of the food industry. Constructed with the same aesthetic,...

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  • Feb 18, 2016

Floridians Demand State of Emergency Over Okeechobee

Before, the water in lake Okeechobee turned a shade of gold in the sunlight. Now, not only is the second largest freshwater source in America...

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  • Feb 18, 2016

Florida Teen Combats Bullying With His Own Foundation

Florida teen Jaylen Arnold is a self-proclaimed “alphabet kid,” just look at all the letters he has to handle: TS, OCD, ASP. Each set of...

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  • Feb 18, 2016

Millions of Vehicles Recalled Due to Faulty Airbags

For the second time in just a few years the car industry has been rocked by another massive recall related to airbags. This time the...

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  • Feb 15, 2016

Faulty Machine May Have Skewed Results in Xarelto Drug Trial

Once hailed for being a revolutionary way to fight blood clotting, Xarelto (rivaroxaban) now faces further scrutiny in light of new evidence that the FDA...

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  • Feb 12, 2016

The City Manager Race is On

Fort Myers residents are keeping an eye on a political arena that’s a little closer to home. Since Fort Myers is the governmental center of...

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  • Feb 10, 2016

Medical Marijuana is Growing in Sarasota

Sarasota is about to light up in the wake of the progressive medical marijuana movement. Back in November, the Florida Department of Health approved five...

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  • Feb 10, 2016

Jump Into Lakeland's New Trampoline Park

Are you ready to get high in Lakeland? If CircusTrix has anything to do with it, you’ll be doing just that in 2016. CircusTrix, self...

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  • Feb 10, 2016

How to Drive Safely in the City of Atlanta

Atlanta is the unofficial hub of nightlife in the center of the universe that is the “Dirty South.” In recent years, the bustling city and...

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  • Feb 10, 2016

Drivers Are Uber Pissed

The sharing economy is seeing its prices slashed. Last week, Uber announced that it’s slashing its base fares, minimum fares, and per minute rates to...

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  • new-york
  • Feb 10, 2016

Awnings — Brand Builders or Potential Killers?

Prestonsburg was hit by two feet of snow during the recent Nor’Easter that hammered the U.S. with blizzard-like weather conditions. The building that houses Lad...

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  • Feb 10, 2016

Florida Hospital Waterman Doctor Sued for Repeatedly Insulting Patient

While physical injuries can set us back temporarily, the emotional bruises we face can damage us for the rest of our lives. That’s something Dr....

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  • Feb 9, 2016

Consumer Alert: Energy Drinks Linked to Serious Injury in New Suit

New lawsuits filed by Morgan & Morgan contend that Monster Energy should be held responsible for the serious injuries sustained from the consumption of its products....

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  • Feb 9, 2016