Miscellaneous

Hit-and-Run Shocks Nation

Bystanders do nothing after a hit-and-run. I’m sure you have all heard this headline as it dominated radio and news stations. A minute and a half clip showing the horrific hit-and-run of Angel Torres that aired on news programs and was attached to online articles has raised a lot of talk of society’s loss of…

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FEMA is Insane!

At least, if we go by the oft-quoted definition of insanity: doing the same thing over and over again, expecting a different response: The government may house disaster victims in trailers this hurricane season as a last resort, despite promises never to use them again because of high levels of formaldehyde found in trailers used…

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Share the Road – May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Here are tips on sharing the road with motorcycles from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Motorcycles are vehicles with the same rights and privileges as any motor vehicle on the roadway. Drivers of other passenger vehicles should always remember to follow these steps to help keep motorcyclists safe:

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Disabled Young Adults Face New Challenges

When many young adults turn 18 years old, they are looking forward to an exciting future that includes college or a new job. But the approximately 500,000 young people who require special medical attention and suffer from diseases like cystic fibrosis, diabetes, congenital heart disease or severe disabilities due to injuries are facing a dilemma…

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Honda Motor Co. Recalls TRX500 ATVs

In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Honda has voluntarily recalled its 2008 TRX500 ATVs equipped with electric power steering. There is the potential hazard that the ball joints in electric power steering shaft could separate unexpectedly, resulting in the loss of control by the driver. This model also known as the Honda…

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BS2 Recycles to Save Earth

BS2 as we affectionately refer to our annex offices, located across the street from the main offices, participates in an on-going building-wide recycling program. Each office is equipped with a recycle bin to collect paper, cardboard, aluminum cans, plastic bottles, magazines, phone books and newspapers. Our food and other non-recyclables are disposed of in bins…

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Bright Future Ahead for Kelsey Crider after Kidney Transplant

You may remember reading about Kelsey Crider a few months ago. Just weeks after graduating from Boulder High School last year and making plans for college, Kelsey was diagnosed with Medullary Cystic Kidney Disease. After a failed transplant from her father, Steve’s kidney, the search was on for a new suitable donor.

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Accutane: a Miracle Drug to Cure Acne or Deadly Remedy?

To most users, Accutane, one of the most potent, effective weapons against acne, is a miracle drug. But, to others Accutane leads to a life filled with pain and discomfort and in some cases, death. First introduced in 1982 by the drug maker Hoffman-La Roche, Acctutane became of their top sellers with an estimated 1.2…

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Big Changes to Colorado Insurance Law Means You Get the Uninsured Motorist Coverage You Pay For (Part Five – What Should You Do?

As we learned in parts one through four, Colorado Revised Statute 10-4-609, effective January 1, 2008, addresses uninsured motorists (UM) and under-insured (UIM) motorist claims and closes the loopholes that prevented consumers from receiving the full benefits they thought they were buying when purchasing UM/UIM coverage in Colorado. What Should You Do? Call your insurance…

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