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More Efficient Spending on Health Care A Goal for This Year's National Public Health Week

Protecting our nation’s public health infrastructure is one of the issues at the heart of National Public Health Week, which ends April 10. A key...

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  • Apr 8, 2016

Takata’s Faulty Airbags Claim Another Life Despite National Safety Push

A Texas teen is the latest victim of exploding Takata airbags, after she died last week following a minor traffic accident. The death underscores the...

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  • Apr 7, 2016

5 Ways Your Office Could Be Making You Sick

Downtown Louisville is experiencing a real estate boom, thanks in part to a sustainability partnership between the Louisville Metro Government and Portland State University’s Urban...

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  • Apr 7, 2016

Onglyza FDA Warning: Diabetes Drug Could Increase Heart Failure Risk

Diabetes drugs such as AstraZeneca’s Onglyza could increase patients’ risk of heart failure, according to a U.S. Food and Drug Administration drug safety communication released...

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  • Apr 6, 2016

Ninja Lawyer to Fundraise for Jacksonville Residents

At Morgan & Morgan, we like to think of all of our attorneys as warriors who fight for their clients in court. Only one, however,...

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  • Apr 5, 2016

Long-term Unemployment Casts a Shadow Over New Yorkers

New York City ranks as one of the most expensive places to live in the state. The cost of living index is 37% higher than...

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  • Apr 4, 2016

Amtrak Derailment in Philly Raises Questions About Train Safety

An Amtrak train derailed southwest of Philadelphia Sunday morning, killing two employees and injuring dozens of passengers after hitting a railroad backhoe parked on the...

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  • Apr 4, 2016

Tannerite Under Fire for Potential Injury Risks

A widely available product called Tannerite, used by gun enthusiasts for target practice, is under scrutiny because its explosive qualities have put people at risk...

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  • Mar 31, 2016

Jonesboro Man Dies from Boat-Related Injuries

A boating accident on Norfolk Lake turned fatal recently, when a Jonesboro man involved in the crash died from injuries he incurred during the accident....

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  • Mar 31, 2016

Renowned Environmental Attorneys Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Kevin Madonna Join Morgan & Morgan

We’re happy to announce that famed environmental attorneys Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. and Kevin J. Madonna of Kennedy & Madonna, LLP will now be of...

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  • Mar 31, 2016

Airbag Recall Could Cost Takata up to $24 Billion

The largest auto recall in history carries with it a hefty price tag for the maker of the defective airbags that could eject metal shrapnel...

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  • Mar 31, 2016

5 Things You Shouldn't Do After a Car Accident

Last week’s multi-vehicle crash on the I-4, which involved a semi tractor-trailer and four other vehicles, injured four drivers and demolished eight sections of concrete...

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  • Mar 30, 2016

OSHA Cracks Down on Rampant Workplace Safety Violations

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) authorities are cracking down on local companies that have repeatedly violated the agency’s workplace safety rules and regulations. However,...

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  • Mar 29, 2016

110-Ton Crane Collapses in All Aboard Construction Site

Workers at the All Aboard West Palm Beach station construction site narrowly escaped death recently when a 100-ton crane collapsed while they were working, according...

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  • Mar 29, 2016

Former Surgical Technician at Swedish Medical Center Placed Patients at Risk of Blood Disease

Surgical patients at Swedish Medical Center in Englewood, Colorado, may have contracted bloodborne pathogens such as HIV and hepatitis while at the hospital, according to...

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  • Mar 26, 2016