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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 beaches, and happy, able-bodied couples smiling adoringly at each other. And yet, in reality, many seniors find that once they leave the workplace — and …

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PCMA Letter: A look at men’s health and a save-the-date item

EVERY JUNE, Men’s Health Month is emphasized across the country with screenings, health fairs, and educational events. These efforts are to help ensure that every male, from boyhood to retirement years, is enlightened about some of the health risks that affect more men than women. Some of these health risks are life-threatening dangers, but the …

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PCMA Letter: Staying healthy as you age doesn’t have to be puzzling

THIS EDITION of Central Florida Health News, the Senior Edition, addresses essential health conditions for you to consider (both for the present and as you age). Some of these topics might be close to home, such as management and treatment options for osteoporosis. Other topics might be issues that you don’t think are a problem …

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In My Opinion

  In your opinion, what’s an important, but oftentimes overlooked part of planning for retirement in the medical field?   Dr. Wiley Koon Retired family practitioner from Winter Haven Hospital “I overlooked the fact that it was going to cost more than I thought it would! The one place I feel deficient in planning for …

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