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Blog Posts in July, 2014

  • Determining when older Florida drivers should stop driving

    As baby boomers enter the retirement years, there are more senior drivers on Florida roads. Even some of the boomers' parents, people in their 80s and older, are still behind the wheel. It's never easy to tell parents or other loved ones that they should give up the independence that driving provides. It may even be more difficult to recognize that you yourself no longer should be behind the ...
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  • Skin Cancer On The Rise; Surgeon General Issues Warning

    More cases of skin cancer are being diagnosed annually than breast, prostate, lung and colon cancer cases combined according to the American Cancer Society and the surgeon general is concerned. On Tuesday, the United States surgeon general issued a call to action to prevent disease, calling it a major health problem that requires immediate action. Nearly, 5 million people are treated for skin ...
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  • Should Floridians be concerned about food inspector cutbacks?

    We have previously discussed the dangers that Floridians face when the food we eat is not produced or handled properly. Federal food safety inspectors from the U.S. Department of Agriculture play a significant role in monitoring food production processes and the food itself to help ensure consumer safety. According to a group called Food & Water Watch, there aren't enough inspectors. In a recent ...
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  • How will Affordable Care Act impact medical malpractice suits?

    Although the number of people who obtained health insurance through the state and federal exchanges is subject to political spin, according to a May 1 article in the " Miami Herald ," federal health officials say nearly one million Floridians obtained private health insurance by March 31, when the initial enrollment period ended. Another 223,000 enrolled in Medicaid. One insurance expert said that ...
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  • Safety group's picks can help Florida teens avoid fatal crashes

    Many Florida parents are buying their teens their first car this summer as they prepare to go off to college. Some parents of teens still in high school find it's more convenient to get their son or daughter a car so that they can get to school, a part-time job and other activities without borrowing the family car or getting a ride from mom or dad. While cost is likely an issue for parents ...
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  • Florida woman sues Ford over carbon monoxide in Explorers

    If automakers have learned anything from the troubles that General Motors has experienced due to its delays in dealing with its defective ignition switch, it’s to take swift and complete action when a problem is reported. Now a problem that Ford Motor Co. identified in 2012 is coming back to haunt it in the form of a lawsuit that could become a class-action case. It involves Ford Explorer ...
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  • Florida hospitals working toward 39-week gestation for babies

    Nearly 50 Florida hospitals have received recognition from the March of Dimes and American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology as part of the “Healthy Babies Are Worth the Wait” program. According to a March of Dimes spokesperson, many other Florida medical facilities are working to qualify for the honor by year-end. The program was designed to decrease the practice of delivering a baby before ...
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  • U.S. News & World Report Ranks Best Hospitals In 2014

    U.S. News & World Report has released its annual ranking of the best hospitals in the country, and the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota topped the list for the first time. Massachusetts General, John Hopkins Hospital, Cleveland Clinic and UCLA Medical Center round out the top five hospitals in the country. The yearly analysis looks at factors such as patient survival rates, adequate nursing staff, ...
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