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March is Florida Bicycle Month

Did you know? By Florida Law, bicycles are vehicles and have the same right of way to the roadway. As of 10-1-2007 it is Florida Law to pass cyclists by a minimum of 3 feet.It is best for both bicycle riders and motorists to ride and drive in a respectful manner. Florida roads are to… View Article

It’s not your imagination: FL leads in motorcyclist deaths If you’re in a wreck, and you’re on a motorcycle, you’re 35 times as likely to die than

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, if you’re in a wreck, and you’re on a motorcycle, you’re 35 times as likely to die than if you had been in a car. More people are riding motorcycles than ever before. The Motorcycle Industry Council says sales have been on the rise since 1993. The… View Article

New Jersey man wins $1 million for UPS whistleblower suit.

MSNBC-Online (3/6) reports, “A New Jersey jury has awarded a Flemington man $1 million after finding that his bosses at United Parcel Service retaliated against him after he complained that managers were violating company policies.”

Nautilus Bowflex devices recalled due to reported injuries.

The Atlanta Business Chronicle (3/4) reports, “Nautilus Inc. is recalling 78,000 of its Bowflex Ultimate 2 Home Gyms because of the dangers that seat rails will unlatch.” There have been “at least 18 people…injured so far, with some customers suffering cuts to their heads and shoulders; some of the cuts required stitches.” CNN-Online (3/4, Rooney)… View Article

Salmonella outbreak traced to sprouts distributor.

The AP (3/4, Gibbs) reports, “Nebraska health officials say a recent outbreak of salmonella in eastern Nebraska and Iowa has been traced to locally grown alfalfa sprouts.”

Judge says J&J unit must pay nearly $4 million for misleading physicians about antipsychotic drug.

Bloomberg News (3/4, Fisk) reports that “Johnson & Johnson and its Janssen Pharmaceutica unit must pay West Virginia $3.95 million for misleading doctors about the risks and benefits of…Risperdal,” an atypical antipsychotic drug, “a judge ruled.” The state’s attorney general “sued Johnson & Johnson and its Janssen unit in 2004, claiming the companies violated the… View Article