If you ever have a new computer or perhaps run an upgrade on a current one, you may have noticed that your view settings return to the default settings. For me, this is especially noticeable in Outlook.
There are several options that can enhance your Outlook views. First, you can change the reading pane so that it is on the bottom or not visible at all. G...
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Authored by: Ollie Lammers
According to CBSNews.com, a recent report shows the FDA may have failed to set strict enough standards and follow through for training doctors about the risks associated with opioids.
In 2012, the FDA set up rules requiring painkiller manufacturers to deliver continuing education to doctors and develop medication guides for pati...
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Authored By: Amanda Unterreiner
Are you attending the American Association for Justice 2020 Winter Convention next week? Michael J. Swanson, CEO and Chairman, Jeff Glueck, Vice President of Strategic Solutions, and Rebecca Stottlemyer, Executive Client Manager, will be heading to New Orleans, LA next week to attend the conference on February 7-10 at the...
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Nominations are now being accepted for the 2020 Public Justice Trial Lawyer of the Year Award.
Each year, Public Justice, proudly presents their Trial Lawyer of the Year Award to an outstanding lawyer or legal team that has won a precedent-setting, and socially significant victory for their clients.
If you, or someone you know, deserves to have their work...
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We invite you to join our webinar tomorrow featuring CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ Professional Jeff East, a member of the Advocate Capital, Inc. wealth management team.
Mr. East serves as a senior vice president with Pinnacle Asset Management and offers securities as a financial advisor with Raymond James Financial Services, Inc., member FINRA/SIPC. Mr. E...
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According to CBSNews.com, the FDA has recently banned flavored vape products that appeal to children.
Manufacturers will have 30 days to stop making and selling cartridge-based vaping devices, including mint, fruit, and dessert flavored e-cigarettes.
The ban does not apply to menthol or tobacco flavors. The ban also excludes “op...
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On December 5, 2017, a wrongful death lawsuit was filed in the 298th District Court of Dallas County, Texas, Docket #DC-17-16588. The plaintiffs in this case filed on behalf of their son, who was a passenger on the Greyhound bus line.
The lawsuit alleged the bus driver stopped at a Pilot Travel Center in Central Point, Oregon, and was required to perform...
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Tennessee based, Advocate Capital, Inc. and Missouri based Boyd Kenter Thomas & Parrish LLC recently waged a friendly bet on the NFL AFC Championship game between the Tennessee Titans and the Kansas City Chiefs. The wager? Kansas City BBQ for Advocate Capital, Inc. if the Titans won, and Nashville Hot Chicken for Boyd Kenter Thomas & Parrish LLC i...
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Today we honor the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who was a phenomenal leader of the civil rights movement.
According to Nobelprize.org, “In the eleven-year period between 1957 and 1968, King traveled over six million miles and spoke over twenty-five hundred times, appearing wherever there was injustice, protest...
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Authored By: Candace Whitman
According to Lisa Rapaport of Reuters Health, as a part of a recent study researchers contacted 898 California pharmacies to pose as consumers and ask questions about how to dispose of unused prescription medications like opioids and antibiotics. They also asked the pharmacies if they had a program to take back unused opioids...
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