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How Not to Wipe Out at Columbus Water Attractions

Tourist revenue is the impetus for many small towns to invite attraction businesses into their fold. Columbus, Georgia’s second largest city and fourth-largest metropolitan area,...

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  • Feb 10, 2016

Homes for Seniors Built to Withstand the Test of Time

The Villages is a hot bed for new senior home construction. The planned retirement community, which comprises several locales around Sumter County, is continuing to build...

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  • the-villages
  • Feb 10, 2016

Energy Drinks Target Young Men, with Lucrative and Lethal Results

The number of emergency room visits involving energy drinks more than doubled between 2007 and 2011—from 10,064 in 2007 to 20,783 in 2011. A lesser...

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  • Feb 10, 2016

Drones: A Silent Aerial Threat Is On the Horizon

SpaceX, the brainchild of wunderkind Elon Musk, has grown by leaps and bounds with an explosive upward trajectory. Founded in 2002, the Space Exploration Technologies...

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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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  • Feb 10, 2016

Don't Get Phished Like Your Local Councilman

Many of us have received letters from strangers in foreign lands promising us enormous sums via wire transfer in exchange for social security numbers and...

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  • philadelphia
  • 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

Don't Get Beached: Here's How to Stay Safe While Having Fun

Those from outside of the Florida area know Daytona Beach for its luxurious beaches that double as outposts for the outlandish Spring Break shenanigans of...

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  • Feb 10, 2016

Senate Votes to Remove Red Light Cameras

Residents of St. Petersburg can breathe a little easier as Florida votes to remove red light cameras at traffic signals around the city. After a...

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  • Feb 9, 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

Hackers Steal 63,000 Social Security Numbers From UCF

In another enormous data breach, 63,000 social security numbers were stolen from the University of Central Florida’s database by hackers. The attack affects current and...

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  • Feb 6, 2016

Elder Abuse Task Force Submits Recommendations to Tennessee

Elder abuse remains prevalent in Tennessee, with one of the most recent victims being , a 79-year-old man who called 911 after his caretaker failed...

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  • nashville
  • Feb 6, 2016

Dutch Researchers Link Diabetes to Sitting

Standing desks: we’ve all considered them. There are plenty of reasons why they’re good for us, yet committing to being on your feet all day is...

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  • Feb 5, 2016

Naples Man Sues Vaping Shop Over Exploding E-Cigarette

While e-cigarettes have been hailed as a safer alternative for smokers, they are dangerous in unexpected ways: they could explode without warning. Take the case...

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  • Feb 4, 2016