How to Share The Road

If we want to be a contributing member of society, we’re expected to abide by certain rules. This is sometimes referred to as a social contract. The social construct can be expressed through laws about doing things like paying taxes and paying the speed limit, or it can be expressed through social mores like patiently […]

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Giving Court Testimony: How to Prepare

When you enter a courtroom, you want a certain result. Unless you’re a witness called in for an obscure piece of evidence, you’re likely involved in the court case if you’re giving testimony. That means you have a personal stake in how things turn out, and you want to give the best testimony possible. Giving […]

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4 Things You Need to Know about Car Accidents

We all run the risk of getting into a car accident. Every year, over 20 million people are injured in a car crash, and 1.3 million are killed. You might walk away from your accident: the other driver might not. Safe driving is imperative, not just for your sake, but for the sake of other […]

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What to know about medical emergencies

If you or a loved one experiences a medical emergency this year, you may feel lost in the moment. No one can schedule a medical emergency, so it’s important to know ahead of time what to do. Be prepared for whatever happens, and take note of these simple measures for facing a medical emergency. What […]

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Why Medical Access Matters

We’ve all heard people say something like, “American healthcare is the best in the world.” The seemingly never-ending debate over the Affordable Care Act and the government’s role in providing health insurance means the quality of healthcare is more relevant than ever before. The fact is, America is much better at some aspects of healthcare […]

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Laws and Finance

The financial world seems very complicated. That doesn’t really bother me most of the time, but now that the market is kind of fluctuating, it makes me nervous. Wasn’t the Great Recession caused by financial companies doing shady stuff? How can we make sure that this doesn’t happen again? Experts, I’d like to know more […]

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Why You Should Use a VPN For Public Browsing

A Virtual Private Network (VPN) achieves two specific purposes: It encrypts your online activity for private browsing It manipulates your IP address so you appear in a different location A VPN might slow your connection speed, but there are multiple advantages when using a VPN. These will be explored throughout this article, and if you’re […]

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What You Need to Know About Office Security

Many offices downplay the need for security. It’s a pain for employees to be swiping their key card at every door, and it’s costly to obtain, regulate, and replace key cards for every individual. Your company’s information, however, is highly valuable, and the risk of a breach is not a threat to take lightly. Depending […]

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Looking at Substance Abuse

We have a problem when it comes to drugs, and when it comes to truly discussing the ways drugs can decrease our quality of living. Many of us heard a lot about illegal drugs like heroin and LSD when we were growing up and police officers came by our school to warn us about the […]

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Choosing a Criminal Defense Lawyer

If you’re a victim of a crime and think you’re entitled to compensation, it’s important to seek justice. This is a big step towards moving on with your life, because an unresolved issue can wreak havoc in your mind. Confronting the crime in question requires courage, but a weight will be lifted off your shoulders […]

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