When to See the Doctor

We are in the season where more people are coughing and blowing their nose. But, when is it necessary to see a doctor? What may seem like a simple cold …

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What’s Safe to Eat this Holiday Season?

Before you gather around the table this holiday season to celebrate with family and friends, you might want to eliminate a few things from your refrigerator and pantry. “This year, …

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Aggressive Driving Increases During the Holidays

Not everyone on the road this time of year is interested in spreading holiday cheer. A new study by smartphone app GasBuddy says, individual’s driving habits are 175 percent more …

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Preparing for Dry Season

Floridians can finally enjoy the arrival of dry season. With it brings relief from oppressive heat and humidity along with cold fronts and cooler temperatures. However, the Florida Forest Service …

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Get into the Holiday Spirit With #Giving Tuesday

Tuesday, November 27, marks the seventh year of #Giving Tuesday. #Giving Tuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving. It is a day …

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Strategic Holiday Shopping

Holiday Spending Forecast Holiday sales are likely to surpass the trillion dollar mark this year for the first time ever, according to eMarketer, a market research company. They anticipate a …

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Vehicles that run for over 200,000 miles

For some drivers, vehicle longevity is paramount in selecting a car. Determined to capitalize on their investment, they will drive their cars into the ground. “With regular maintenance, most cars …

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Hurricane Michael- What is being done?

Hurricane Michael was the 3rd most powerful storm to hit the U.S. The storm quickly escalated to a category 4 hurricane, making it the worst in almost a century. National …

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Avoid driving like a maniac in bad weather

Driving in the rain is stress inducing.  According to the U.S. Department of Transportation, it is more dangerous to drive on a rainy day than a snowy one. Most weather-related …

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Think you don’t need a flu shot?

It’s fall in Florida, that means, football, pumpkin-spice and flu shots. October just started and there are already confirmed cases of the flu. Last year, 80,000 people died from the …

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