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Central Florida Health Care Hosts Teaching Kitchen Workshop

  On June 6, Central Florida Health Care held their Teaching Kitchen Workshop focused on men’s health, food safety, ad weight control. The facilitator of the evening, registered/licensed dietician Ron

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Getting to the Root of the Problem

Hair loss, baldness, or alopecia is often a concern raised by both male and female patients. We normally lose between 50 to 100 hairs a day that are replaced by

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When Summertime Sports Lead to Dental Dilemmas

By:  Dr. Gerald V. Cerdan With the nice weather of summer, school being out, and more vacation time at work being taken, sports activities are usually at its peak during

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Important Firework Safety Reminders

By: Daniel Smith, O.D. With the Fourth of July festivities quickly approaching, it is important to consider a few important tips regarding fireworks safety. Remember that fireworks are more than

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Oral Hygiene Travel Tips

With Summer officially in full swing, that means hot temperatures, pool days, and family vacations! Whether you are travelling with the kids or just some close friends and family, planning

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Drowning Prevention

by DR. JOY JACKSON As the temperature begins to rise outside and the water begins to heat up, Florida residents enjoy the summer days and nights by the water. Whether

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Talking Skin Cancer Care and Prevention

by TERESA SCHIFFER Here in Central Florida, we are bathed in sunlight most days of the year. People love living in Florida because of the sunny weather, but all that

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Health Hero Spotlight

Central Florida Health News has always been all about telling stories and informing readers of the amazing people in our community. It was with this thought in mind that the

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New Pacemaker Technology Saving Lives

by TIM CRAIG Madeline Falardeau knew she had heart problems. The Winter Haven senior could tell when she had an episode coming on – she would start to feel dizzy;

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Make Sure You’re Covered With these Sunscreen Facts

by ERIKA ALDRICH Summer is upon us, and amidst the yardwork, barbecues, days in the pool, and trips to the beach, it’s important to remember one key component that should