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Halifax Health to Open Volusia-Flagler's First Freestanding Emergency Department in Deltona
Halifax Health to Open Volusia-Flagler's First Freestanding Emergency Department in Deltona
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Halifax Health to Open Volusia-Flagler's First Freestanding Emergency Department in Deltona
Halifax Health to Open Volusia-Flagler's First Freestanding Emergency Department in Deltona
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Discussing Nutrition with Patients and What's Really in Food
Discussing Nutrition with Patients and What's Really in Food
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The Missing Link in Autism
The Missing Link in Autism

Test early to improve future prospects

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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Opens at Florida Hospital Celebration
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Opens at Florida Hospital Celebration

The 10-bed unit adds to a network of care that includes units in Orlando, Winter Park, Daytona Beach and Cape Canaveral.

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Cornerstone Hospice's Model to be Presented as Best Practice at Upcoming National Forum

Seven-day care model promotes client satisfaction while improving efficiencies.

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Many Doctors Say Opioids Are Not The Answer for Pain
Many Doctors Say Opioids Are Not The Answer for Pain
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 Patient Experience 101: The Future of Healthcare
Patient Experience 101: The Future of Healthcare
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AMA Applauds Trump Administration's Creation of Opioids Commission
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Florida Department of Health in Orange County Addresses County Health Ratings
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AMA Survey: America's Physicians Overwhelmingly Satisfied with Career Choice

Often inspired by personal experiences to enter medicine, physicians - regardless of professional challenges - remain motivated by desire to help people.

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New Vaccine Recommendation Cuts Number Of HPV Shots Children Need
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AMA Advances Initiative to Create the Medical School of the Future

Leaders from nearly a fifth of all U.S. medical schools--including two Arizona-based schools--convene in Scottsdale to expand work reshaping how future physicians are trained as Mayo Clinic School of Medicine gets ready to open its doors to the first students at its new Scottsdale campus.

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Discussing Nutrition with Patients and What's Really in Food
Discussing Nutrition with Patients and What's Really in Food

Do your patients really have enough information to make an educated decision about the nutritional value of their food.

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Florida Hospital Radiology Residency Program Delivering Outstanding Graduates
Florida Hospital Radiology Residency Program Delivering Outstanding Graduates

Last year, Florida Hospital's diagnostic radiology residency program graduated its first class, with all four MDs earning a 100 percent first-time Boards pass rate.

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Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI), Subspecialists and Your Patients: Why Partnering with Subspecialized Radiologists Matters

When patients are sent for medical imaging, most of the time they don't realize that a radiologist is reading their images. In fact, they often think that their physician is the one doing the reading. Given the trust that your pa ...

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Custom Truck Helps Rehab Inpatients Get on the Road

WINTER PARK -- Getting in and out of a parked car is exactly the sort of movement that you rarely give a passing thought -- until the day an injury means you can't.

For years, rehab patients at Winter Park Memorial Hospital would practice post-injury safety by accompany ...

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Now What for Future Physicians?

UCF medical students discuss concerns about 'repealing and replacing' and their future with former AMA president, Dr. Cecil B. Wilson

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From Hippie to Hippocrates

When I was a medical student, I had long hair, a beard, and a collection tie-dyed scrub shirts. Each day I would put on my tie-dyed scrub shirt, hop on my bicycle, and race to the hospital for my clinical rotations. My hair would strea ...

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Iron Absorption

Iron is a key element for survival; it is essential for oxygen transport, infection resistance and generation of energy via enzyme-catalyzed reactions. It is strictly conserved and recycled in humans such t ...

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Women Doctors May be Better for Patients' Health

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Grilled About Deadly Superbug Outbreaks, Execs At Scope Maker Olympus Take Fifth

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After-Hours ER Care May Come With A Doctor's Surcharge

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The Throwaway Scope: A Way To Ditch Superbugs?

In response to a series of superbug outbreaks around the country, some doctors and hospitals are trying out disposable scopes to combat the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

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The Power of the Patient

How to use it to your advantage in the wave of consumerism

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