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According to a county presentation on the question, Central Florida Jobs with Justice requested that the county spend $8.7 million of COVID-19 relief money for medical debt relief. more
The primary concern about kratom is that it can mimic how synthetic opioids work in the body, potentially causing overdoses, severe withdrawal symptoms, and other serious health issues. As a result, the Food and Drug Administration recommends against its use. more
The centers are urging lawmakers to adjust the rates to cover what they've found to be a gap of $106, or just over 42%, for every Medicaid patient visit. more
In the most recent open enrollment period for health insurance, which ran from Nov. 1 to Jan. 16, 4.2 million Florida residents signed up for Affordable Care Act plans. more
The group said it will require one million signatures of registered voters in Florida to get the measure on the ballot. As of December 31st, there are more than 13.3 million voters. more
Studies reveal that children with cavities in their baby teeth are three times more likely to develop cavities in their adult teeth. more
With pandemic fatigue, and deaths and hospitalizations well down from peaks in 2021 because of high vaccination and immunity rates, many people are inclined to shrug off the new wave. more
As part of this strategic collaboration, comprehensive lessons will be developed to equip students with the essential knowledge and confidence required for success in their health care careers. more
January is National Radon Action Month, and the Florida Department of Health in Orange County encourages residents to protect their homes and families from radon exposure. more
U.S. senators pledged to press for more funding to research long COVID-19 during a hearing highlighting patients suffering from the diagnosis and experts studying its impacts. more
In the U.S., a large percentage of the population suffers from poor sleep quality and sleep disorders like insomnia and obstructive sleep apnea. more
Dollar store backlash is happening all over the country. The stores are routinely blamed for gouging consumers, making it harder for stores selling healthier food to open nearby, and failing hundreds of government safety inspections. more
According to the study, which surveyed more than 400 Floridians to understand better the support consumers need when selecting a health insurance plan, almost half of respondents felt the overall shopping process needs to be easier. more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Florida's request to import prescription drugs on Friday, ending a prolonged legal battle. more
Florida Senate President Kathleen Passidomo made it clear that she would not be willing to expand Medicaid during her remarks on the opening day of the 2024 legislative session. more
According to a report, recent studies have estimated that Florida will have the second-largest physician shortage by 2030 among all states. more
You’ve committed to a healthier lifestyle and are determined that this time will be different. Your refrigerator is stocked with fruits and veggies, you’ve tossed out processed foods, and your workout routine is written in pen in your daily planner. more
People worldwide make New Year’s resolutions every year in an attempt to improve their lives. Common resolutions are to exercise more, eat healthier, save money, lose weight and reduce stress. more
In the months since people started losing Medicaid, health policy groups have criticized the process for its high rate of procedural terminations. more
According to estimates, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows JN. 1 as 21.4 percent of COVID cases in the United States. more
The recall, prompted by concerns over food safety, includes a wide range of Quaker Oats products, from instant oatmeal to granola bars. more
Bed bugs do not transmit diseases, but they can cause a lot of discomfort because of the itching that results from the bites. more
According to the most recent count, there are 30,839 homeless individuals in Florida. That’s an increase of 9% since 2019, according to Florida’s Council on Homelessness  more
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
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