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Healing with Ink Post Mastectomy

Survivor Opts to Get Tattoo Art After Her Breast Cancer Surgery Sheila Durham had never set foot inside a tattoo parlor before, and the 51-year-old Live Oak woman would never

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Pop Quiz: How to Recognize Cyberbullying

Test Your Knowledge of this Modern Form of Bullying and What to Do About It Cyberbullying is a major problem in this day and age of 24/7 digital access, and

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Risky Business: When Behavior Can Be a Warning Sign

From Living a Sedentary Lifestyle to Compulsive Internet Use, Certain Conduct can be Indicative of a Deeper Mental Health Issue To many, being sedentary is a way of life.  Spending

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Hype or Help— Can Yoga Improve the Mind as Well as the Body?

A Look at the Benefits of an Exercise that is Said to Improve More than Just the Waistline Twice a week at the Lake Wales Public Library, certified yoga instructor

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Recognizing the Symptoms of PTSD

Taking the First Step in Helping Those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Millions of people in the nation are affected directly or indirectly by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), but

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Medical Preparations for Hurricane Season

Five Major Medical Considerations to Remember While Making Plans for a Hurricane Hurricane season has arrived in Central Florida, and if you haven’t already, now is the time to prepare

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Changing a Sunshine State of Mind

Three Local Skin Cancer Survivors Share Their Stories and Lessons Learned Tammy Whitehead basically lived at the beach every weekend as a teenager.  “We used baby oil to get fried,”

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HEALTH FACTS: Lumps and Bumps

  Some of the most common procedures performed by surgeons involve removal of “lumps and bumps” from various parts of the body.  These can vary in size and complexity, depending

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SENIOR CARE: Cataracts and Seniors— What You Need to Know

Cataracts and Seniors June is Cataract Awareness Month, making it a good time to talk about this degenerative condition that affects the eyesight of over million Americans. Cataracts generally affect

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Pop Quiz: Are you Attune to the Early Signs of Hearing Loss?

Test Your Knowledge of the Different Types, Plus the Signs and Symptoms What?  Could you repeat that, please?  If you or a loved one is suffering from hearing loss, the