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Bill would protect ‘digital assets’ after death

TALLAHASSEE — Maybe you’ve written a will to make sure, among other things, a particular relative gets the antique porcelain tea set your grandmother handed down to you.
Published: 02/23/15
Ad changes can lessen bad-hire risk

Ad changes can lessen bad-hire risk

Bad hiring decisions cost employers millions of dollars, damage workplace morale, reduce productivity and account for more than half of employee turnover nationwide.
Published: 02/20/15
Mixed January real estate results

Mixed January real estate results

NEW PORT RICHEY — West Pasco residential real estate sales report a solid month of sales in January, better than a year ago but unable to hold the torrid pace set in December 2014.
Published: 02/20/15

Green Column: Florida sets another tourism record

Florida had another record year for tourism and that’s good for a lot of “green.” Green means tourists dollars, of course, but also it means “green” as in the success of a good, clean and sustainable industry.
Published: 02/20/15
City hall complex groundbreaking set in Dade City

City hall complex groundbreaking set in Dade City

DADE CITY — So what will the new police and city hall complex have that Dade City doesn’t have now?
Published: 02/20/15
Poor hygiene doesn’t cause flaky scalps, dermatologist says

Poor hygiene doesn’t cause flaky scalps, dermatologist says

SCHAUMBURG, Ill. — Do you have a favorite black sweater, but you're afraid to wear it because of dandruff? Fear not, say dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology. Although those pesky white flakes of dry skin can be annoying, esp...
Published: 02/20/15
Study finds bigger genetic role in cerebral palsy

Study finds bigger genetic role in cerebral palsy

When it comes to the causes of the neuromuscular development order cerebral palsy, the role of genetics has not been getting nearly enough of the blame it deserves, an international research effort based in Australia suggests. ...
Published: 02/20/15
Brain scan gauges success chance of depression talk therapy

Brain scan gauges success chance of depression talk therapy

Depression can be so severe that it can prove debilitating for its sufferers — or even prompt them to suicide. So finding the best form of treatment for people with clinical depression as quickly as possible could be a matter of life and death...
Published: 02/13/15

Moffitt study finds pancreatic cancer risk markers

TAMPA — Pancreatic cancer affects approximately 46,000 people each year in the United States and ranks fourth among the leading causes of cancer-related deaths. Only about 6 percent of individuals with pancreatic cancer will live five years af...
Published: 02/13/15
Dermatologist offers advice on ingrown hair ‘bumps’

Dermatologist offers advice on ingrown hair ‘bumps’

NEW YORK, N.Y. — Ingrown hair, also known as “razor bumps,” are a common skin condition, particularly in people whose hair has the tendency to curl back or grow sideways in a hair follicle. The result often looks like acne, consi...
Published: 02/10/15