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Tips for Elderly Drivers

Defensive Driving Might Have Saved My Life!

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A few years ago, I was driving on I-15 home to Provo, Utah from visiting my parents in Ogden.  It was around 8:00 p.m. on a Saturday night.  The autumn sun had just dipped behind the western mountains, and that fresh, crisp feel of fall was in the air.  I was in a hurry because...

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Hospital Visits and Handling Medical Bills Post-Accident

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There are a lot of things that you need to take care of after a car accident. From police reports to exchanging information with the other driver and insurance; your adrenaline can put your body into survival mode and mask a potentially dangerous injury. When should you go to the hospital after ...

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Tips for Advocates Scholarship Essay

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Essay writing can be stressful.  To help you craft your essay, we have created some tips to assist you. Keep in mind that the winner’s essay will be published on our scholarship page. What you write will be seen by future applicants. Take the time you need to submit your best work. Complete ...

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Advocates for the Community

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Here at The Advocates, we strive to live by a set of core values. The first value listed is Focus on Others. While this is geared towards our client relations, we feel it is equally important to focus on others in the community. Matt Driggs, the founder of The Advocates, says that companies, ...

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Avoiding Bike Accidents through Visibility

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In most cases, cyclists and motorists have to share the road. While motorists will likely only face minor dents from hitting a cyclist, the cyclist faces serious injuries if hit. Bikes are incredibly vulnerable when sharing the road and cyclists report the highest number of near-misses versus ...

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Staph Infection from Dog Bite

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Our dogs are sources of joy and love, but even healthy and happy dogs have a slew of bacteria that should not be transferred to humans. A dog bite is a perfect way to transfer bacteria from the unaffected host to their unsuspecting victim. Staph infections, which are often passed around in ...

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