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  • Florida consumer confidence drops in March as gas prices rise

    Florida consumer confidence drops in March as gas prices rise
    Floridians' consumer confidence dropped in March, as gas prices continued to climb, according to a University of Florida survey released Tuesday. Consumer confidence in Florida dropped two points this month to 74. "The big drag on consumers will...
  • Consumer confidence in Florida drops a little in February

    Consumer confidence in Florida drops a little in February
    Floridians' consumer confidence dropped slightly in February after two months of rising optimism, according to a University of Florida survey released Tuesday. Consumer confidence in Florida dropped a point this month to 76. "The pattern of consumer...
  • Floridians' consumer confidence jumps in January

    Floridians' consumer confidence jumps in January
    Floridians' consumer confidence  jumped in January with many showing the same level of optimism they had a year ago before their hopes were sunk with a faltering economy, a University of Florida survey found. The UF poll found that overall confidence...
  • April is Earthquake Preparedness Month-Insurance

    Gayle Anderson was live in Whittier with Glenn Pomeroy, CEO of the California Earthquake Authority and Paul Schulz, CEO of the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region about their partnership to help Californians prepared for the next damaging earthquake....
  • The Latino vote is pro-Clinton, not anti-Obama

    The results of Tuesday's primaries brought a renewed and vigorous debate about the Latino vote and the "Latino gap" for Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.). States such as California, Illinois, New York, Arizona and New Mexico have very large Latino electorates...
  • Rates of heart attacks increasing for middle-age women

    Rates of heart attacks increasing for middle-age women
    Middle-aged men still have higher rates of heart attacks and heart disease than middle-aged women, but those gender differences appear to be narrowing, according to a study published Monday. The findings follow earlier research, published in a 2007 issue...
  • Young adults and healthcare. Who cares?

     
    Young adults are the least likely among all age groups to get outpatient medical care even though there is plenty of evidence that seeing a doctor once a year or so would benefit people ages 20 to 29 just as......
  • Skin cancer has become an 'epidemic' in the U.S., researchers say

     
    Non-melanoma skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the U.S. But just how common is it? According to a new estimate, more than 2.1 million Americans were treated for 3.5 million cases of the cancers in 2006.......
  • Huckabee inches toward Giuliani

    Huckabee inches toward Giuliani
    Mike Huckabee, the ascendant Republican presidential candidate in Iowa, is enjoying a surge of support across the country -- and Rudolph W. Giuliani seems to be paying the biggest price, a Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll has found. Huckabee has pulled...
  • Economy rivals security as top concern for voters

    As an election approaches, campaigns often brace for a last-minute event that could alter the political landscape. But the surprise this time isn't a scandal or a calamity overseas. It's an abrupt shift in the debate away from the battlefields of the...
  • Can a troubled economy actually improve public health?

    Can a troubled economy actually improve public health?
    AS MORE people watch their home equity erode, put off retirement because their nest eggs are taking a dive, and bike or bus to work to save gas money, many are thanking their lucky stars that they still have a job to commute to. Unstable times breed...