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Pop Quiz: Learn the Facts About Alzheimer’s

June is Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. As the most common form of dementia, Alzheimer’s is a progressive disease that starts off with mild memory loss and eventually becomes debilitating. It affects

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What Is Dry Eye Syndrome?

Dry Eye Syndrome (DES) is among the most common conditions we see in our patients at Eye Specialists of Mid Florida. The American Academy of Ophthalmology estimates that approximately 5

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So Much More …

Central Florida Health Care’s Efforts Go Above, Beyond by TIM CRAIG As the region continues to navigate its way through the country’s health crisis, stories are emerging of people working

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Thoughts From the Front Line

BayCare Health System Heroes Open Up About Challenges, Change, and Keeping the Faith Carlos Felix Facilities Manager, Bartow Regional Medical Center    Felix is in 15th year as facilities manager

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More Than Medicine

Watson Clinic Urgent Care Treating Body and Mind in Trying Times by TERESA SCHIFFER As the world reels from the devastating effects of COVID-19, people are realizing the value of

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Feeling Proud and Valued

Lakeland Regional Health Personnel Rise to the Challenge by PAUL CATALA Since the first case of coronavirus was detected in Florida, Anita Henry, supply director at Lakeland Regional Health Medical

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Evidence-Based Strategies for Achieving Effective Results in Chronic Pain Treatment:

Chronic pain syndrome involves both the body and the mind, resulting in brain chemistry changes that affect not only the physical, but also mental and emotional well-being of the patient. 

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Virtual Care for Cardiac Patients

The new coronavirus sweeping the world has changed life as we know it. While there is a lot that we don’t know about the virus, we do know that people

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Surviving COVID-19: One Man’s Story of Gratitude

Auburndale’s Keith Johnson Talks About His Journey and the Healthcare Workers Who Saved His Life by MARY TOOTHMAN Amid the confusion, sadness, and fear that COVID-19 has brought, an Auburndale

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Health Impacts of Opioid Addiction on Patients

As a spine surgeon, I routinely see various life-threatening consequences of opioid addiction. These could include severe spinal instability and paralysis that develops from infection, that occurs due to intravenous