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As the country continues to struggle with the coronavirus pandemic, scientists and researchers continue working for a cure as well as understand more definitively how the virus works. We do know the COVID-19 virus tends to attack the lungs and respiratory system. Patients with weakened immune or respiratory systems may have difficulty fighting off the…

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We have a lot to worry about right now with the spread of the Coronavirus radiating across the country with increasing speed. There is a lot of information for high-risk groups, such as those over the age of 65 and anyone with an underlying health condition. Receiving less headline-grabbing attention are vulnerable groups such as…

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Rideshare companies like Uber and Lyft have exploded in growth over the past few years, giving mass transit and taxis a run for their money as a preferred method of local travel. Proponents of rideshares often point to their safety – keeping drunk or impaired drivers off the road. However, are there any hard numbers…

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Sex trafficking is an international, profitable and heinous criminal enterprise that brings in billions of dollars annually at the physical and emotional expense of its victims. As awareness of sex and human trafficking rises throughout the country, everyone has a responsibility to report individuals they believe are exploiting others or being exploited themselves. Hospitality workers…

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Over the past few years, rideshare company Uber has been making headlines for all the wrong reasons. Dozens of cases and allegations of sexual assault have been dogging the company for a while, with users of the service coming forward with claims of being groped, harassed and raped by drivers. Chief among their complaints were…

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Sports coaches – especially the ones who work with our children – are supposed to be motivators, teachers and sometimes even amateur psychologists. When those coaches fail in their responsibilities and instead expose our children to psychological or physical abuse, they need to be held accountable for their actions. A recent article in Sports Illustrated…

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South Carolina beer distributor employees drive thousands of miles back and forth across the state every week, picking up and delivering beer to and from stores, bars and restaurants. The South Carolina Beer Wholesalers Association will now put those thousands of miles to even better use – to help search for victims of human trafficking.…

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