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Dodging Dementia: More Of Us Get At Least A Dozen Good, Happy Years After 65
Dodging Dementia: More Of Us Get At Least A Dozen Good, Happy Years After 65

New research about "cognitive life expectancy" -- how long older adults live with good versus declining brain health -- shows that after age 65 men and women spend more than a dozen years in good cognitive health, on average

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Why to Care About Self-Care
Why to Care About Self-Care

It's no secret that those who practice healing or caregiving professions are at high risk for burnout

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CDC Alert on Synthetic Cannabinoids
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Orlando, Pittsburgh Physicians Save Teen's Life with Central Florida's First Pediatric Liver Transplant
Orlando, Pittsburgh Physicians Save Teen's Life with Central Florida's First Pediatric Liver Transplant

More than a dozen clinicians from Florida Hospital and Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC came together for the 16-year-old's transplant.

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Are Patients and Their Primary Care Docs Ready to Talk About DNA?
Are Patients and Their Primary Care Docs Ready to Talk About DNA?

If you have a genetic mutation that increases your risk for a treatable medical condition, would you want to know?

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DOH-Orange Adjusts Immunization Schedule
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New Cardiac Rehab Program Launched at Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center
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Free Dental Day Coming
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Breast Seed Localization: Is it Time to Retire the Wire?
Breast Seed Localization: Is it Time to Retire the Wire?

Seed localization offers more flexibility than wire localization both for placement of the seed and for determining the surgical incision site

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Deadly STD Epidemic Sets Record
Deadly STD Epidemic Sets Record

Research pointed to a rise in syphilis among methamphetamine users

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Opioid Overdoses Are Rising Faster Among Latinos Than Whites Or Blacks. Why?
Opioid Overdoses Are Rising Faster Among Latinos Than Whites Or Blacks. Why?

Opioid overdose deaths among Latinos are surging nationwide

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AMA Marks Milestone in Medical Education As First Students Graduate Under Transformative National Curricula Redesign Initiative
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Brain Mapping That Seeks To Identify 'Normal'  Could Aid Alzheimer's Treatment
Brain Mapping That Seeks To Identify 'Normal' Could Aid Alzheimer's Treatment

The research's success could allow physicians to start treatments earlier than ever and perhaps delay the onset of this memory-robbing condition that haunts the older population

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The Medical Marijuana Doctor is In
The Medical Marijuana Doctor is In

THC of any content is available to qualified patients. Still, there are many physicians who are not familiar with the process. Well... The Doctor is IN and we are here to help

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What is the Healthy Minds Initiative?
What is the Healthy Minds Initiative?

HMI's approach is multifaceted: exploring how a patient's genetics, epigenetics, environment, home, community, lifestyle, and diet all play into the development or prevention of these brain diseases

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Study: Severe Shortage of Mental Health Professionals in Rural America
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Pediatric Patients Trade Hospital Gowns for Tuxedos and Dancing Shoes
Pediatric Patients Trade Hospital Gowns for Tuxedos and Dancing Shoes

Dozens of chronically ill patients attended Florida Hospital for Children's prom

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Telemedicine Opening Doors To Specialty Care For Inmates
Telemedicine Opening Doors To Specialty Care For Inmates

Prisons use video conferencing to allow inmates to see medical specialists and psychiatrists without ever leaving the facility

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Nemours Children's Hospital Receives Accreditation for Pediatric Residency Program
Nemours Children's Hospital Receives Accreditation for Pediatric Residency Program

Pediatric Residency Program will relieve the physician shortage crisis by training future pediatricians

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Orlando Health South Lake Hospital Opens Expanded Emergency Room
Orlando Health South Lake Hospital Opens Expanded Emergency Room

Emergency room visits at Orlando Health South Lake Hospital have continued to steadily increase over the past decade to well over 50,000 each year.

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UCF College of Medicine/HCA Consortium Announces New Transitional Year Residency Program
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Male OB-GYNs Are Growing Rare. Is That A Problem?
Male OB-GYNs Are Growing Rare. Is That A Problem?

82 percent of doctors matching into an OB/GYN residency program are women

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Orlando's Debra Andree, MD, Receives Federal Recognition for Contributions to Childhood Immunization
Orlando's Debra Andree, MD, Receives Federal Recognition for Contributions to Childhood Immunization

She works closely with the Florida Department of Health in Orange County to review immunization coverage reports and identify factors that could negatively impact rates, such as vaccine shortages, staff education, and parent education

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'Rapid Autopsy' Programs Seek Clues To Cancer Within Hours Of Death
'Rapid Autopsy' Programs Seek Clues To Cancer Within Hours Of Death

The idea is to obtain tumor tissue immediately after death -- before it has a chance to degrade

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 A Better Patient Outcome When the Voice of the Patient is Heard
A Better Patient Outcome When the Voice of the Patient is Heard

Communication is as essential to healing as prescribed medications and other interventional therapies

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