Wednesday, January 19, 2022

Too Much Time on Their Hands

It's reasonable to think that if teenagers get involved in after-school activities such as sports, clubs or a part-time job, they'll be more likely to stay out of trouble. An article published by the South Florida Business Journal explains how two teenagers stayed pretty...

All in Good Fun

It can be entertaining to see an impersonation of a nationally recognized figure or a high ranking government official. Many a late night talk show host has imitated presidents, movie stars and sports figures – all in good fun, eliciting laughs and guffaws from...

More Than Just a Toothache

Many people have a fear of visiting the dentist. (That's why sedation dentistry is so popular.) It's not because they don't like their dentist, it's just that anything involving drills, needles and pain are not on top of anyone's bucket list. An article in...

Dirty Laundry

Everyone has ''dirty laundry'' that they would prefer others not to know about. I'm not talking about grass stains on your whites, but secrets that need to stay ''in the vault'' so to speak. An article in eNews Park Forest discusses how...

Fraud Disguised

Disguises can be used to pull off a crime. For instance, if a criminal plans to rob a bank, it is highly unlikely that he or she is going to walk into the lobby without wearing a face mask. The goal is...

Tired of Fraud

Many people look forward to retirement and the ability to finally live out their dreams during the ''Golden Years.'' Whether that vision includes a trip around the world, playing golf every day or buying an island in the Caribbean, money is a requirement...

The Stigma of Fraud

People who struggle with mental health issues not only have to deal with the symptoms and disabilities that come along with the diagnosis, but also with the stigma that is placed upon them by society. Even though there are a wide variety of...

Getting Your Head Examined

Partial Hospitalization Programs (PHP) diagnose and treat people, who have mental illness or substance abuse issues. These programs are not classified as inpatient or outpatient services, but something in-between. Patients usually live at home but can commute to a hospital or medical...

Buyer’s Regret

Have you ever had buyer's regret? Perhaps you bought into a scam on the infomercial – the one that sold you a gadget that promised to do what no other gadget could. When you opened the box, after making three payments of some unnecessary...

Dark Times Ahead for Fraudsters in the Sunshine State

Nothing ventured, nothing gained. It's always darkest before the dawn. These are slogans we typically refer to when we are about to undertake some major initiative like putting a stop to fraud. Sometimes the battle seems hard, and we even question whether the struggle...
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