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Many heard about the terribly tragic incident of a zookeeper being killed by a Malayan tiger in South Florida’s zoo recently. In spite of an ongoing investigation into what exactly happened, the zoo actually reopened to the public on April 18th, leaving many wondering whether the desire for profit is superseding the need to ensure that the public itself is ...

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Unfortunately, officials are now reporting that Florida is currently leading the nation in numbers affected by the Zika virus, which has proven to be far more challenging to control than even other diseases such as Dengue fever.

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Sadly, another deadly Amtrak crash took place on April 3rd, killing two people and injuring at least 30 passengers, sending them to the hospital.

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Most every American purchases insurance for one purpose or another; car insurance, homeowner’s insurance, life insurance, etc. We purchase this “protection” because we want to make sure that, should something catastrophic happen, we will be covered by the insurance company that we’ve been paying into each month.

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On Monday, March 14th, the family of a young man who was, unfortunately, the wrongful death victim of a police shooting in 2010 finally settled their case for $6 million.

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A study released in the recent issue of the British Medical Journal Case Reports journal—along with a letter signed by many doctors, health experts, and academics—indicates that teenage rugby players are suffering from severe injuries that typically coincide with serious car accidents.

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Every year, thousands of people flock to Florida to visit our many attractions, one of them being SeaWorld in Orlando. However, many do not realize that there are some serious injuries and deaths associated with some marine parks like these—especially those that encourage direct contact between orcas and employees and/or even audience members.

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