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Parties, gatherings and football games usually include an abundance of food and seasonal libations. It is easy to get carried away with the celebration and lose track of how many drinks you have consumed. The most dangerous thing you...
Decorating your home with Christmas trees, wreaths, lights and ornaments help make the season merry and bright.  “My family looks forward to getting out some of the same decorations we have had for years that hold special memories for...
This time of the year it is easy to get caught up in the Christmas Spirit and be a little careless. Do not be caught off guard by those looking to steal your joy and packages. The holidays can...
Gastronomy is at the center of any legitimate holiday celebration. Spreading good cheer through cookie baking, family dinners and cooking a traditional holiday recipe spreads appetizing joy. With all the chopping, basting, shredding and whipping, hazards can present themselves...
As you and your family prepare to go over the river and through the woods to grandmother’s house, this Thanksgiving you will not be alone. Thanksgiving weekend is the most traveled time of the year. The auto club, AAA estimates...
While residents might not have to contend with snow and ice, when temperatures dip into the 60’s it is chilly by Florida standards. As cold weather is predicted to make its way into much of the state this week,...
Since the beginning of 2014, an unprecedented and alarming number of vehicles have been recalled. According to the National Highway Transportation and Safety Administration (NHTSA), over 55 million cars and trucks have been identified as having a critical defect. “At...
Florida prohibits texting while driving but hand held cell phone use is permitted. Safety minded Florida drivers have embraced hands free devices such as earpieces, the speakerphone or a dashboard auto system in an effort to promote safety but...
GreatFlorida Insurance wants all Floridians to enjoy Halloween parties, trick-or-treating and harvest festivals this weekend. Being safe will prevent disruptions from ruining the celebration. Below are some guidelines, common sense reminders and helpful information to keep the fun in...
November 4 is Election Day across the United States. “Voting represents the spirit of democracy.  It is our right as Americans to vote and the responsibility should not be taken lightly. I believe you have no right to complain about...