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New Urine Test Can Help to identify a Gene Mutation that Causes Eye Diseases

New Urine Test Can Help to identify a Gene Mutation that Causes Eye Diseases

A urine test can help make out a gene mutation that is responsible for causing an inherited, degenerative disease, said scientists. The disease results in severe vision impairment, often leading to blindness.

Allegiant Decides to Ground Planes to Abide by Safety Rules

Allegiant Decides to Ground Planes to Abide by Safety Rules

A total of 30 planes of Allegiant Travel Co. have been decided by it to be grounded. Or else, it would certainly ground half of the fleet with an aim to scrutinize emergency exit slides and adhere to safety guidelines.

Top Health Officials to be dispatched to Florida in Coming Days

Top Health Officials to be dispatched to Florida in Coming Days

In the upcoming days, the top health officials will be sent to Florida by the Obama Administration. The Affordable Care Act in a Republican-led state will be supported by these health officials. As, these states have been opposing the implementation of the new federal health law.

US Survey Reveals Furious Results Against Designated Drivers

US Survey Reveals Furious Results Against Designated Drivers

No matter whether you are a student or a mature designated driver; most of the people in the US are found drunk while driving back home from a party.

The host of the party who takes the responsibility of dropping his guests back home safely, not even prefers to question his designated drivers whether they are drunk or no.

Designated Drivers May not be Safe because of Alcohol Consumption Beyond Safe Limits

Designated Drivers May not be Safe because of Alcohol Consumption Beyond Safe Li

According to a new study, it is not always 100% sure that designated drivers will drive safely. The study found 35% of the drivers to have alcohol levels that could have adversely impacted their driving capabilities.

84-Year-Old Man Marks 100 Gallons Blood Donation

84-Year-Old Man Marks 100 Gallons Blood Donation

It was on July 7, 1977, that Harold Mendenhall, now 84, started donating blood. It's been 35 years now and Mendenhall has donated blood for more than 400 times.

There is a specific reason for which Mendenhall started donating blood. The reason was that Mendenhall's wife Frankie got diagnosed with breast cancer. After her death, Mendenhall was all broken.

Miami Zombie’s Victim Recovering Well

Miami Zombie’s Victim Recovering Well

The world was shaken last year when they read the incident that has taken place in Miami, Florida, on May 26th, 2012. A man, Rudy Eugene, attacked a homeless man at the MacArthur Causeway in Miami.

Honoring Nursing Home’s Culture Alterations

Honoring Nursing Home’s Culture Alterations

Current week marks the National Nursing Home Week. Nurses living all around Florida will be celebrating the efforts put in by the staff, family members and volunteers of a total of around 71,000 nursing home residents.

The celebrations will honor the efforts of the people who have brought a difference in the lives of the nursing home residents.

US Agrees to Look for Suitable Nesting, Migratory Habitat for Endangered Sea Turtles

US Agrees to Look for Suitable Nesting, Migratory Habitat for Endangered Sea Tur

As per a legal settlement filed this week in US district court, the US Fish and Wildlife Service have two months to look for that in-water nesting and migratory habitat that will be suitable for the endangered species of loggerhead sea turtles. The settlement also mentions that the final protections of the critical habitat must be in place by July 1, 2014.

Gator Hunt’s Registration Starts This Week

Gator Hunt’s Registration Starts This Week

The Gator Hunt, an 11-week alligator harvest program, will take place from August 15 to November 1. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has more than 5,000 permits for participants.

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