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Sage Old Owls: Florida's Favorite Burrowing Owl Residents

From Disney cartoons to horror movies, owls have haunted media for centuries; especially as backdrop for Halloween venues. Using their bright, large eyes and signature “Hoot-Hoot” calls as advertising, companies have successfully spread the word on the friendly and welcoming persona of these amiable animals. 556 more words

Coming to an air space near you? Flying pizzas, paparazzi and train robbers!

We’re a fan of Domino’s Pizza UK.  After all, this operator is the end of chapter 1 case study and is one of the four companies that feature on the videos that accompany our book.   321 more words

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Insurance Institute for Highway Safety Releases List of Best Used Cars for Teenage Drivers

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has released its first list of used vehicles recommended for teenage drivers. The institute said that a recent survey found that 83 percent of parents purchasing a vehicle for their teenager chose a used, rather than new, vehicle. 114 more words

Finally some valuable and practical details on occupational health and safety programs

Earlier this month SafetyAtWorkBlog was critical of a (still yet to be released) guidebook on “Integrated approaches to worker health, safety and well-being”.  Specifically the case study information in the guidebook needed more depth and it was suggested that… 933 more words


Hampton: Library safe, despite sex assault

HAMPTON, Va. (WAVY) — Hampton City officials say there is no reason to question the safety of the local library, after police say a man assaulted a teenager there. 196 more words

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My name is Ashley. I have been using Young Living Essential Oils since September 2013. I am a Speech-Language Pathologist, a wife, and a mommy to a 3 year old son. 268 more words

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Offering one’s sense of self in exchange for the approval linked with conformity to the agreed-upon beliefs of any given group encourages paralysis of creativity among individuals and discourages growth within the groups to which we pledge fealty. 52 more words