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Orlando Arts BlogHere's some health news out of the Romance Writers of America conference, taking place at the Walt Disney World Dolphin through Saturday. The American Heart Association tells us: Romance novels usually affect readers’ hearts by tugging at the heart...
The Orlando SentinelWhen Mea Figueroa of St. Cloud, Florida, was told that a robot would be performing a delicate operation to remove uterine fibroids that were causing her pain and abnormal bleeding, she hesitated slightly. The machine looked like something straight out of...
Tags: Health, Orlando, Technology, Graham Greene, Leonardo da Vinci
Sentinel Staff WriterHard to beat free, right? This weekend, there will be no admission charge at the Orange County Regional History Center in downtown Orlando. The "Free Community Weekend" is sponsored by Orlando Health and will run during regular history center hours, 10 a....
First-year University of Central Florida medical student Anika Mirick and a few of her classmates recently learned a valuable lesson — outside the classroom — about the power of medicine. Thanks to Mirick and several other UCF students who...
Fashion Focus - Orlando SentinelWhen someone tells you to do something special for yourself, the kind of thing they likely were thinking about is Oh, Woman! A Healthy Woman Conference. It's an event that allows you to relax and refresh. And for fashionistas, another draw is the style...
It is what some health-care experts call "the missing link": a place where the working poor and their families can go for basic medical needs and continuing care for chronic illness, where someone knows their names and their medical histories and will...
Banking Amy Ganson has been hired at HomeBanc as a vice president, retail branch manager for the Lake Mary branch. United Legacy Bank of Orlando has appointed Betty R. Miller as senior vice president, Jeff Triplett as senior vice president overseeing...
Tags: Public Employees, Lake Nona, Health, Orlando, Government
Gino Bettini raises his arms and stretches to the music. Behind him, 35 other adults are seated in chairs in a strip-shopping-center church — waving their arms in unison. A retired chef, 77-year-old Bettini is here, in a tiny storefront in...
Tags: Christianity, Health, Muscle, Baptist, Medical Research
Sentinel Staff WriterAfter rescuers used the Jaws of Life to pry Amanda Perla from a car that had slammed into a traffic-signal pole on prom night, doctors told the 18-year-old she would be paralyzed but could go on to live a productive life. They would teach her how to...
Sentinel Staff WriterA Florida Senate committee is launching an investigation into the pricing practices and business connections of the state's blood-bank industry, including Metro Orlando's main blood center. The inquiry was triggered, in part, by a series of stories in...
Sentinel Staff WriterThe $60,000 bill Vince Presley got from Florida Hospital after his heart attack last year set off a slow wave of panic: What happens now? The 45-year-old airport baggage handler was uninsured and working part time. And treating heart disease is a...
Sentinel Staff WriterGolf legend Arnold Palmer turns 80 Thursday, and his namesake pediatric hospital turns 20. So how did Palmer prepare for the momentous occasion? Golfing, of course. "We are so proud of all the hospital has accomplished over the past 20 years for the...
Tags: Pediatrics, Health, Children, Family, Infants
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