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A time to change for the better

Another year has passed. It is once again time to reflect on the 12 months and look forward to the New Year. During the holidays, we enjoy celebrating with friends

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Get health STAT

  Weighing In On National Statistics   A Taxing Diet 52 Percent of U.S. adults say it’s easier to do their own taxes than it is to figure out how to

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Healing Polk’s communities

New Research Points to Health Disparities Among Certain Residents How a county thrives is based on how well the citizens within the county are thriving, and Polk County has taken

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Eating in or dining out: Realistic steps to keep your diet resolution

  Someone long ago said half a loaf is better than none. Half a loaf instead of a whole loaf is better for your waistline. By now, some of us

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Healthcare report

 Three Things You Need to Consider About the Affordable Care Act The next phase of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act—PPACA—is soon to begin, and some people are understandably

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Publisher’s Note: Relevant topics for Central Florida

In this edition we have an article that discusses three things you need to consider about the Affordable Care Act (ACA). I mentioned last month that as of October 1,

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Modernizing patient records workflow

Moving your office from fax to encrypted email Physician’s offices are under increasing pressure to produce a more efficient, compliant, and secure workflow to handle all aspects of patient communications.

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Q & A: Achieving MRI accreditation

Q&A with Toby Edwards on the Grading Process of the American College of Radiology Central Florida Health News recently spoke with Toby Edwards, director of radiology at Lake Wales Medical

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Pop Quiz: Is your kitchen a nutrition crime scene?

 Find out how much you REALLY know about food safety. One in six people in the United States are still getting food poisoning, leading to 100,000 hospital stays and 3,000

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Knowing is half the battle: Gynecological cancers explained

Q&A with Dr. Richard Cardosi on What You Need to Know to Stay—or Get—Healthy Dr. Richard Cardosi, a board-certified gynecologic oncologist and Polk County Medical Association member, provides comprehensive care