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About one-third of Americans say they don’t look forward to these twice-yearly time changes. And nearly two-thirds would like to eliminate them completely. more
Whether you just learned of your diagnosis, are in treatment, finishing treatment, or have a friend or family member with breast cancer, breast cancer changes your life and the lives of those around you.  more
Behind some of the most fascinating scientific discoveries and innovations are women whose names might not be familiar but whose stories are worth knowing. more
The bill would create a research plan for the Department of Veterans Affairs to study the effectiveness of medicinal cannabis for the treatment of chronic pain and post-traumatic stress disorder. more
It is estimated 40% of the food produced globally is lost or wasted. The "Food Waste Warrior" program of the World Wildlife Fund inspires children to help alleviate local and global food insecurity. more
Flemmie P. Kittrell had a commitment to shattering traditional assumptions about home economics and improving the health of low-income families around the globe, especially for people of color. more
Soon local schools will take time off for spring break and swimming activities will be on everyone’s checklist. more
While running shoes are designed to provide support, stability, and cushioning to the feet during physical activity, they may also cause injuries. If you're a runner looking to prevent injuries and optimize your performance, keep reading to learn more. more
The Florida Department of Health in Orange County wants to remind residents to take these simple steps to protect yourself and your family when you encounter bats. more
Poverty isn’t a number in a bank account. It’s not an area code or even a statistic. I define poverty as not having the financial independence to make critical decisions in one’s daily life. more
The report showed Florida's program was a critical lifeline for more than 65.7% of the state's children during the COVID-19 pandemic. more
Community Health Centers offer competitive pay, and excellent benefits, medical, dental, and vision insurance, short and long-term disability, retirement, paid time off, paid holidays, and tuition reimbursement. more
In addition to taking screen breaks, eye-care professionals recommend ensuring your computer screens are clear and clean as researchers continue to study potential dangers. more
Cancer evolution is mathematical – how random processes and epigenetics can explain why tumor cells shape-shift, metastasize and resist treatments. more
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, nearly 1 in 11 female and 1 in 15 male high school students report having experienced physical dating violence in the last year. more
A report from a patient advocacy group found the future of medical cannabis in the states is hazy unless costs are decreased and product safety standards are improved. more
In a 21-to-0 vote, the advisory board recommended fully replacing, or “harmonizing,” the original formulation of the vaccine with a single shot that would consist of – at least for now – the current bivalent vaccine. more
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer for women in the United States. The harsh reality is that many women do not have insurance or the necessary resources to obtain the supplies needed. more
AdventHealth has opened a multidisciplinary clinic to diagnose, treat and research Long-haul COVID, a critical next step in the healthcare system’s pandemic response. more
The good news is my mentor and long-time friend Dr. Winston Morris is going to retire. The great news for me is for the first time in about five years, I’m going to have the privilege of working in Apopka. more
The Breast Cancer Supply Center has been in operation since 2020.  Our mission is to serve women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. more
If you are unsure how to spot the early signs of epilepsy, talking to a specialized neurologist should be your first port of call. However, the guide here can help.  more
Lake Ola is a 426-acre body of water that sits in the northwest corner of Orange County near the town of Tangerine, about eight miles from the center of Apopka. more
 During Cervical Health Awareness Month, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County (DOH-Orange) encourages women to visit their health care provider to be screened for cervical cancer, … more
The Breast Cancer Supply Center is a non-profit organization seeking to support women who have been diagnosed with this all-too-common cancer. more
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