Monthly Archives: May 2013

Tampa undercover police officers fired for drinking at a strip club while on duty.

Two undercover Tampa Police Department officers were fired today for hanging out and drinking in a strip club while on duty.  Officer Ortega and Officer Madsen were in a strip club drinking.  When it was time to go to work,

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Michigan Meals on Wheels Facing Cuts Due to Sequester

The mobile meals program that feeds 170,000 southwest Michigan seniors through Meals On Wheels is looking at a budget cut of at least 5 percent by the end of 2013. Meals On Wheels is an important way to get senior

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Fundal Pressure: When It Is Used and Its Associated Risks

Techniques such as fundal pressure may be used during delivery if there are complications during labor and delivery, in order to aid in the speed of the delivery. Some of these delivery complications are caused by babies that are larger

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When Brain Damage Occurs from Hypoglycemia in a Newborn

One of the possible complications of hypoglycemia in a newborn (low blood sugar levels) is brain damage. If hypoglycemia treatment is not effective, this damage may result. However, it could also be caused by a failure to diagnose the condition,

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Medical Malpractice and High-Risk Pregnancy

When a woman is having a high-risk pregnancy, it’s vitally important that her healthcare providers keep up with the monitoring, counseling and treatments necessary to achieve as healthy and safe a delivery as possible. Unfortunately, some medical professionals may act

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Distracted driving statistics are chilling

As the number of mobile devices designed for use in a moving vehicle increases, so do deaths related to their use. A recently released report showed that Americans, as a nation, talk, text and drive much more than Europeans. This

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Homeland Security Secretary Napolitano Supports Immigration Bill For Security

According to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, comprehensive immigration legislation is a way to increase U.S. security. Napolitano stated that she believed heightened security via new legislation would assist authorities in determining who is in the U.S. Napolitano testified at

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Five Facts On Health Insurance Through Obamacare

Obamacare will require every individual to have health insurance coverage starting in 2014. Beginning in 2014, you’ll be required to have health insurance coverage. To alleviate any confusion on how insurance will be bought sold we will discuss five quick

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Nobody likes to be confused when they search for insurance information

Trying to find insurance online is hard enough without hitting a website that confuses people. First and foremost, your insurance marketing must be people-friendly, or “user-friendly” for those online. It must be simple, terms must be easily explained, it must

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400-Mile Bicycle Ride Highlights Florida Road Safety Tour

Road safety advocates rode their bicycles from Orlando to Tallahassee as part of the third annual Survive the Drive GEICO Road Safety Bicycle Tour. During the week-long event, participants brought their message of commitment to road safety to students and

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