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Recipe Spotlight: Lamb and Barley Soup & Easter Ham

by Trent Rowe, Food Editor This month’s Recipe Spotlight is focused on the Easter Holiday. Like I mentioned in the April edition of Central Florida Health News, holidays always have

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Central Florida Doctor: The Financial Planning Edition

Central Florida Doctor is a bi-monthly magazine targeted at the area’s medical professionals. The healthcare technology issue offers a local perspective on important medical news, technology, and advancements. FEATURED ARTICLES:

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Central Florida Health News – Oral Health Edition

Coming to Central Florida Health News in May Achieving a Healthier Mouth With Prevention Tips PLUS: A special tribute to the nursing profession. Express your gratitude and show them you

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Risk Factors for Cavities that May Surprise You

Everyone knows that cavities are caused by too much sugar and poor oral care like neglecting daily brushing and flossing, but are those the only causes?  There are actually many

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Urgency Versus Emergency: Know the Difference!

When you are sick or injured, the last thing on your mind is the cost.  Unfortunately, the high costs of the Emergency Room can leave you with a hurting wallet

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Three Great Reasons to Schedule Your Annual Wellness Visit

You’ve had a physical, you’ve had your eyes checked, and your hearing.  You have gone through all the usual testing— cholesterol, blood sugar, blood pressure, etc.  But have you scheduled

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The Thyroid Gland and Weight Loss

Maintaining a healthy body weight can be frustrating – trying to balance sensible eating with proper exercise is tricky. Unfortunately, some folks suffer from health conditions that can make losing

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Glaucoma: The Silent Thief of Sight

Did you know over 2 million Americans are affected by glaucoma? With proper treatment, the vast majority will not go blind from this silent disease of the eye.  The most

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Keeping Retirement Real

Local Physicians Weigh-In On How to Stay Healthy During Your Golden Years by MARY TOOTHMAN Once upon a time, the generally accepted picture of retirement featured hammocks, tennis rackets, sandy

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Writing a Will: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Estate

Helpful Tips from an Elder Law Attorney by CHERYL ROGERS It’s easy to postpone making that Last Will and Testament, especially when we believe we’re not going anywhere anytime soon.