Whether your costume has been planned for months or you’re running to the drug store to pull off a last minute transformation, dressing up for Halloween often means covering your face, body, hair or all of the above in some type of goop, paint or other substance. You may even consider some creepy contact lenses — slit pupils or spiraling orbs
Florida is world-famous for its many large amusement parks and theme parks, which draw millions of visitors to the state every year with promises of adventure, excitement, and dreams come true. While most rides are reasonably safe, injuries do occur that can turn a fun-filled day into a horrifying event.
Florida’s major theme park companies, including
Most Palm Beach County students went back to school on August 20, with teachers, parents, and children likely gearing up for the summer to fall transition for many weeks.
Returning to school not only means getting back in the classroom, but also the return to playgrounds, gymnasiums, school buses, and sports. While recess and extracurricular activities
A recent study conducted by the ocean conservation group, Oceana, found that many varieties of seafood sold in restaurants and grocery stores in Palm Beach County may be intentionally mislabeled. As reported by The Palm Beach Post on July 27, DNA testing confirmed that almost one-third of nearly 100 seafood samples collected
Last month, Trust for America’s Health and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, two nonprofit groups focused on promoting the nation’s health, published the “The Facts Hurt,” a report ranking states based on total number of yearly fatal injuries.
According to the report, 67 out of every 100,000 Florida residents die each year from preventable
HB 119, passed by the Florida legislature in March, was signed into law by Governor Scott on May 4th. This 67-page bill is being touted as Personal
A spinal cord injury causing paraplegia, quadriplegia, or other sensory or motor impairment, can result from a serious personal injury in a car or truck accident, motorcycle, bicycle or pedestrian accident, or other catastrophic injury brought about by the negligence or misconduct of another.
This month, the Journal of Neurosurgery reported that side effects from Pradaxa could be fatal and irreversible. Medical researchers focused on a case in which an elderly man taking Pradaxa sustained a seemingly minor fall at home, and died as a result of intracranial bleeding that rapidly expanded and could not be stopped by doctors.
Products, foods, drugs, and almost anything bought and used by the public may be recalled by government agencies if they are found to be harmful, or even potentially harmful, to consumers. Depending on the type of good or aspect of production at issue, one of the following agencies generally has the responsibility of monitoring and testing a product’s
As reported by the Orlando Sentinel, a Florida House of Representatives committee has approved a bill that would significantly change the state’s no-fault auto insurance program by requiring auto policies to cover only emergency treatment received within 72 hours of an accident.
Florida Governor Rick Scott and CFO Jeff Atwater are behind Florida
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