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The analysis published Friday in the Health Affairs journal estimates that 169,000 adults and 84,500 children in Florida will not have insurance by spring. more
The potency of illicit fentanyl on the street is unknown, even to the person mixing it. It is a case of trial and error, and the errors are too often fatal. more
Senate Bill 112 would relaunch the Healthy Food Financing Initiative Program, which lawmakers created to provide financial assistance to grocery retail outlets in low-income communities. more
Here are eight facts to help simplify health insurance – and maybe help you realize it’s easier to get and less expensive than you think. more
The variant is slightly more dominant in the South, where it accounts for 31.5 percent of cases, according to the CDC, which includes Florida. more
According to Dr. Matthew Shannon, a UF Health emergency medicine physician, the holidays often bring an uptick in foodborne illness to the emergency department. more
Those who are homeless need shelter to be safe; they don’t have it. They need a toilet for basic bodily functions; they don’t have one. They need a shower to keep clean; they don’t have it. more
As fentanyl has become ubiquitous across the U.S., it has transformed the illicit drug market and raised the risk of overdose. more
If you’re ready to pick a plan, here are a few things you should remember while browsing the Health Insurance Marketplace. more
Over 20% of Florida physicians are over the retirement age of 65, and Florida ranks sixth in the U.S. for the highest percentage of physicians over 60. more
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