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Be Careful. Be Smart. Use Your Smartphone.

FIND YOUR FRIENDS FINDS A DAUGHTER Rarely do we hear a news story that makes us feel good, but this weekend we had that pleasure. A North Carolina teenager, Macy Smith, had missed her curfew, and was ...
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Hurricane Florence: The Real Story

HURRICANE FLORENCE: THE REAL STORY Florence has rapidly strengthened into a potentially catastrophic Category 4 hurricane and is closing in on North and South Carolina, carrying winds and water that ...
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Changing the Car Culture: Is this the century of the bicycle?

TOURIST TRAGEDY Tragedy struck the cycling community once again when Australian tourist Madison Jane Lyden, 23, was killed while biking around New York City late Friday afternoon. Lyden was riding her ...
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The Orange Barrels are Back

THOSE ORANGE BARRELS ARE BACK We are right in the middle of summer, which means we are right in the middle of orange barrel season. Not only do those barrels signal inconvenience and delays, but they ...
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Hot Summers, Hot Cars

HOT SUMMERS MEAN EXTRA HOT CARS As of July 3, 2018, 80 million people in the United States were under heat advisories. Temperatures across much of the East Coast have been and are expected to continue ...
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The Winter Olympics: Injuries are No Game

IN THE WINTER OLYMPICS, INJURIES ARE NO GAME The 2018 Winter Olympics are underway in PyeongChang, South Korea. The pageantry, spectacle, and sheer thrill of the Games has not disappointed so far, and ...
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Weather v. Climate: A Common Misunderstanding

GEORGIA’S STATE OF EMERGENCY The deep freeze that has enveloped the mid-Atlantic and eastern part of the United States is now threatening to become a dangerous ice and snow event as a huge storm ...
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The Real Danger at Thanksgiving

RECORD HIGH NUMBER OF TRAVELERS Almost 51 million people are expected to travel 50 miles or more away from their home this Thanksgiving according to AAA projections. This number represents the highest ...
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The Real Scare on Halloween

THE REAL SCARE ON HALLOWEEN No matter what age you are or where you live, celebrating Halloween can be fun. Decorations, costumes, parties…and of course, treats. But Halloween can also be ...
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The Big Heat

THE BIG HEAT This week marks Atlanta’s peak heat period, when it typically experiences its hottest temperatures of the year according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ...
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Surprising Statistics about a Favorite Summer Sport

SURPRISING STATISTICS ABOUT A FAVORITE SUMMER SPORT Most of us enjoy taking a swim in a pool or lake on a hot summer day. Many of us have grown up as members of a community or neighborhood pool, or ...
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The Deadliest Weekend of the Year

THE PERFECT STORM A long, weekend filled with swimming, travel and fireworks describes the average American July 4th celebration. It also unfortunately describes the deadliest holiday weekend of the ...
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National Bike Month Part IV: Most Common Accidents

May is National Bike Month and we are dedicating our blogs in the month of May to promoting education, awareness and safety in bicycling. This is Part Four in our series. MOST COMMON TYPE OF BICYCLE ...
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National Bike Month: Part III: Bike to Work

May is National Bike Month, and this is the third blog in our series for the Month: BIKE TO WORK WEEK In the past decade, the number of people commuting to work by bicycle has increased by almost 60%. ...
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National Bike Month Part Two: Bicycling Benefits

May is National Bike Month, and Thomas Law is publishing a 4-part series on bicycling in recognition of this promotion. Today’s blog is the second in the series. THE BENEFITS OF BICYCLING ...
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March Madness of a Different Kind

MARCH MADNESS OF A DIFFERENT KIND March Madness has definitely hit—in the form of bizarre weather—with temperatures swinging from the 70s to the 30s, and precipitation coming in the form ...
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The Ides of March

THE IDES OF MARCH Snow, sleet, freezing rain, rain: take your pick because more than likely you will experience all or almost all of these weather conditions in the month that is upon us. March is the ...
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The Big Tease

THE BIG TEASE The temperatures hover in the delightful range of the 60s-70s. Birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, and people are hitting the trails to bike, run and walk, and …but wait: ...
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Wheels of a Different Kind

WHEELS OF A DIFFERENT KIND In the past decade, the number of people commuting to work by bicycle has increased by almost 60%. This is the largest increase for any commuting mode of transportation ...
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The Age of the Exertexter

THE EXERCISE EXPLOSION It’s January. It’s that time of year again. The holidays are over, and now the sad reality of how much we ate, drank and made merry is upon us. Consequently, many of ...
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Winter Storm 2017

WINTER STORM 2017 The first week of 2017 already brought the first winter storm of the year. Winter Storm Helena blew into the South on Friday, January 6, 2017 before heading up the East Coast. ...
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The Most Dangerous Time of the Year

THE MOST DANGEROUS TIME OF THE YEAR Every year, the time between Thanksgiving and Christmas is a festive time, a time of getting together with friends and family. Often referred to in old songs and ...
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Halloween: The Deadliest Night of the Year

THE REAL HORROR ON HALLOWEEN During the month of October, many people--adults and children alike--go to haunted houses, watch scary movies, and decorate their homes with ghosts, witches and zombies. ...
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The Pyro Period

A FIREWORK IN THE WRONG PLACE AND AT THE WRONG TIME On July 4th weekend, the sound of a firework going off is hardly unusual. But when the sound occurs on Sunday morning, and is followed by screams ...
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Swimming Pools: The Danger in our Backyards

SWIMMING POOLS: THE DANGER IN OUR BACKYARDS Memorial Day weekend is upon us, and with it the usual warnings about congested highways, peak travel times, and the dangers associated with speeding, ...
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