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Alzheimer’s Awareness Month

It’s Time to Think Purple. Did you know June is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month? Alzheimer’s is a serious degenerative disease that is affecting the lives of about 5 million people in the United States alone. It affects the brain, causing things such as the inability to remember where they have placed items, the names and information of the people that they love and even who they are themselves. Many factors are affected by Alzheimer’s. Alzheimer’s is listed at number six on the top

The Risks of Life

Travelers Insurance Company began what they call the “Consumer Risk Index”. This is an annual survey of the risks that U.S. Citizens believe are most prevalent in their lives.   2015 Survey Results Financial Security Concerns and Risks 66% worry about their finances About half of that 66%, worry a great deal about it Personal Privacy or Identity Theft 6/10 of those surveyed said it was their top concern that they may lose personal information or privacy Yet only 25% of them worry a great deal about

Black Friday

Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving where stores all over the country have amazing deals for the holidays. What could possibly be the problem? SAFELY NAVIGATING THE CROWDS According to a study done in 2012 by Progressive Insurance Company, parking lot accidents are known to increase 36.5%when compared to Fridays two weeks before and after Black Friday. A.R. Davis is providing you with some tips to help keep all of our past, current, and potential future clients cautious. Be aware of your

Aggressive Driving & Road Rage

“Driving is a privilege that comes with many responsibilities. One of the most important responsibilities while driving is self-control.” What is Aggressive Driving? Aggressive Driving is a way of driving any type of vehicle or affecting any type of maneuver on a vehicle in which the driver deliberately behaves in such a manner as to increase the risk of a road accident.   What is Road Rage? Road Rage is violent anger caused by the stress and frustration involved in driving a motor vehicle

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

As many people know, the month of October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. People all over the world take the time throughout the month of October to raise awareness for Breast Cancer. Breast Cancer is the most common cancer among women worldwide and the second most-common cancer overall. It has affected many women and families in the U.S alone. This month honors the families, friends, loved ones and survivors, and current fighters of breast cancer. Listed below are some

Flu Season is Around the Corner

  It has come to that time of the year when summer has ended and fall is here. Flu season is right around the corner when the weather starts getting colder, leaves are falling off of trees, and people begin to get sick. To avoid getting stuck with a week or two of feeling unwell and down, which may include everything from a runny nose, itchy sore throat to a cough, congestion, and mild fever here are some preventative steps to help your

Hurricane Katrina: 10 Years Later

  Ten years ago on August 29, 2005, Hurricane Katrina struck the Golf Coast of the United States. Her damage was devastating. With winds sustained at about 100-140 miles an hour, Hurricane Katrina was categorized as a Category 3 hurricane when it struck land. Because of this, Hurricane Katrina was the largest and 3rd strongest hurricane ever recorded to make landfall in the US. Hundreds of thousands of people in Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama had been removed from their homes.

Fireworks Safety

This Saturday, July 4th,2015  marks the 239th anniversary of the United States Of America declaring itself an independent nation and the Americans among us celebrate this day of  Independence with parades, extraordinary fireworks displays, picnics, barbecues, and, where possible, fun in the sun at the beach! While July 4th is a day for Independence, fireworks and quality time with loved ones the holiday tradition of fireworks may not be enjoyed by everyone. A.R Davis is here to provide you with suggestions &

Child Safety and Protection Month

November is recognized as Child Safety and Protection Month. The goal of Child Safety and Protection Month is to create awareness about the potential dangers children face in everyday situations and to use this knowledge to help prevent any dangers in the future from occurring. As children grow and change they require different levels of protection, and this is a good way to remind us to check the safety and protection plans we have in place for our children. Here

Healthy and Hydrated

Summer is here & unfortunately, the defining attributes of summertime—hot temperatures, humidity and direct sunlight are a recipe for dehydration. This doesn’t mean you have to stay inside all day, but it does mean that you’ll need to take extra measures to make sure your body is getting the right hydration it needs to function properly, despite the heat. A.R. Davis is providing you with some friendly reminders & tips to keep you healthy and hydrated this summer! Coffee, sodas and energy