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No one boarding a plane wants to think about the potential that they might not make it to their destination in one piece, but for an average of 498 passengers and pilots per year, it’s a reality. Depending upon the airplane, an engine failure may or may not lead to catastrophic events that end in…

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Meandering around on Georgia’s roads can be a dangerous activity no matter where you are. Getting from point A to point B can be a frustrating experience, from road congestion to construction that seemingly never ends. Traffic jams around Atlanta and Savannah are just a way of life that citizens accept as a trade-off to…

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Coronavirus halted production for several months, but the film and TV industry is getting back to work. With so many sound stages and production houses located in Georgia, this means thousands of jobs coming back online, not to mention a cash infusion to the local economy. It was announced in July that 20 projects would…

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Minivans have become the universal symbol of family safety to vehicle owners everywhere. These vans are not the first choice for most drivers in the market for a new vehicle as they’re more utilitarian than fun. Those with larger families or who require a vehicle with extra space are the likely candidates you’ll see behind…

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If you use social media, you’re very used to seeing the lives of your friends and family unfold on a daily basis. Sometimes you probably even unfollow some of them because they’ve posted one too many food pics or errand updates. It can just become mundane. Then you have friends who may be going through…

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Whether you’re driving down the street, sitting at a stop light, or you’re properly parked and minding your own business, rear end accidents can lead to serious injuries. Rear end collisions are an example of energy being transferred from a moving object to another object. The speed the moving object is traveling will dictate the…

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In early July, news broke about the Southeastern Veterans’ Center in Philadelphia treating veterans with hydroxychloroquine, a controversial drug used in the treatment of COVID-19. What made this story different, however, is that the veterans being given the drug hadn’t necessarily been tested for coronavirus. The Washington Post reported that “for more than two weeks…

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In the late 1990s, Tamiflu was touted as the medication that could save your life if you were infected with avian influenza. The drug flew off shelves so quickly that it became hard to get. Since then, Tamiflu has been marketed as the essential drug for managing major flu strains we deal with annually. Recently,…

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