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Q & A: What it takes to work on the front lines of patient care

Paula Miller talks about the challenges and rewards of being a nurse There to get you settled when you arrive, and there to discharge you when you leave, nurses are

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Tips for exercising while on the mend

Q&A with Jim Goodwin on how you can safely work out with an Injury When recovering from an injury, it’s tempting to lay off your fitness routine. That’s not always

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Q&A: Facts vs. fiction of male ‘menopause’

Dr. Allan Alberton provides medical insight for men and what to expect during their change of life Menopause can be a traumatic transition for women.  But what about men?  What

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Bonus Q&A: Facts vs. fiction of male ‘menopause’

These bonus questions are part of a Q&A featured in the June 2014 edition of Central Florida Health News, which publishes May 28.  To read the full Q&A, please see

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What more time for the ICD-10 conversion means to you

Q&A with Judy Monestime, expert on the what, when, where, and how of the new medical coding/billing system For some in the medical field, the delay to the ICD-10 conversion

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Q&A on the most lethal form of dementia

Dr. Gordon J. Rafool shares the symptoms and treatment options of Alzheimer’s disease Alzheimer’s disease is the sixth leading cause of death in America. In Polk, 11.8 percent of Medicare

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A New Year at the PCMA

Q&A with President Dr. Arvind Soni At the closing of 2013, the Polk County Medical Association (PCMA) welcomed a new president. Dr. Arvind Soni took a few moments to share

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Signs & Symptoms

Q&A on how to recognize (and treat) an overactive thyroid An overactive thyroid can cause alarming symptoms. We interviewed Dr. Brian Lake, an endocrinologist treating thyroid disease and diabetes at

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Comprehensive Emergency Management Plans Q & A

What Healthcare Agencies Need to Know By law in Florida, healthcare agencies are tasked with the responsibility of developing a Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan (CEMP) in the event of an

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Chris Hazelwood bares all

Q & A on Her Journey to Recovery from Breast Cancer Diagnosed with breast cancer on Leap Day in 2008, Mary Christine Hazelwood is a survivor. We talked with her