Archive » Featured Health Articles

March of Dimes Strives for Healthier Babies in Post-Polio America

Help and support for those in the NICU.
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Doctors Advise Striking a Balance Between Dirty and Hyper-Clean

How clean is too clean?
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Tallahassee Health Care Experts Have Their Say

Where health care is now and where it is going, from the perspective of experts.
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As Medicine Has Changed, So Has the Career of Dr. Gary Winchester

Family doctor Gary Winchester encourages young people to consider careers in medicine beyond being a doctor.
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The Red Hills Surgical Center Invites Students to Watch Medical Procedures Up Close and Personal

FSU med school students in the observation room have a front-row seat to operations at the Red Hills Surgical Center.
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Archive » Nutrition

Same Old  School Lunches?

Same Old School Lunches?

Parents and schools alike are looking for new ways to earn “A’s” for healthy lunches.
Not So Fast

Not So Fast

Whether the Goal is to Detox or Get Spiritual, Here’s What You Need to Know About Fasting

Archive » Fitness

Wearable Tech

Wearable Tech

Check your fitness all day long.
Back to the Barre

Back to the Barre

Belly up to a barre workout.
Extreme Fitness

Extreme Fitness

All about extreme fitness and how to make a better you.

Archive » Advice

Ignoring ‘Doctor’s Orders’

Ignoring ‘Doctor’s Orders’

Your roles and responsibilities when it comes to listening to your doctor.
Time to Stub Out Smoking for Good

Time to Stub Out Smoking for Good

Now’s the time to quit smoking.

Archive » Wellness

Progress for Players

Progress for Players

New Sports Injury Monitoring Device Has Ties to Southeast
Not Just an Age Thing

Not Just an Age Thing

Arthritis: It’s not just for old folks anymore.

Archive » Your Mind

When Your Bell Gets Rung

When Your Bell Gets Rung

Study helps monitor concussion injuries.
10 Ted Talks Worth Watching

10 Ted Talks Worth Watching

Want advice? Listen to TED.

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