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Debunking the Myths About Hospice Care

Everyone knows what hospice care is. Or do they? When it comes to hospice, there are several common misconceptions about hospice care, its benefits, services provided and more. Most people tend to think it’s care for the dying, but those who have experienced it know it’s actually about living. Read …

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Florida Department of Elder Affairs Shares Guidance with Seniors to Protect Against Medicare Fraud During COVID-19

Florida Department of Elder Affairs Shares Guidance with Seniors to Protect Against Medicare Fraud During COVID-19

The Florida Department of Elder Affairs’ SHINE Program issued guidance to the state’s more than 5.5 million elders on how to protect yourself against Medicare fraud as the state responds to COVID-19. “Medicare provides some easy-to-use and preventive measures you or your loved ones may wish to use to help …

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When You Are At Your Wits End

By Pastor Tim Neptune Have you ever been at your wits’ end? Have you ever been so confused that you didn’t really know which way was up? Have you ever had the feeling, “I know I need to do something…but I don’t know what ‘something’ to do.” The Bible tells …

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Where to Get Testing at a Mobile Testing-Collection Sites

Where to Get Testing at a Mobile Testing-Collection Sites

Governor DeSantis said, “More mobile testing sites are coming and hundreds more are being tested each day.” COVID-19 If you have mild to moderate symptoms (fever, cough or difficulty breathing), call your physician, other healthcare providers or the Florida Department of Health hotline (866-779-6121) as soon as possible. Seek care …

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Providing Meals for Children During this Pandemic

Providing Meals for Children During this Pandemic

Children and teens age 18 and younger who rely on meals served at school can get free breakfast and lunch at locations throughout Hillsborough County while campuses are closed to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The federally-funded program is administered by the state’s Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services in …

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COVID-19 Small Business Loan Information Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program

COVID-19 Small Business Loan Information

Small business owners in all U.S. states and territories are currently eligible to apply for a low-interest loan due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). For More Information, please visit SBA.gov Find more information on the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loans at: SBA.gov/Disaster. The SBA will work directly with state Governors to provide targeted, …

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Do You Have a Hernia? Why it’s Essential to See a Surgeon

Dr. Matherne of BayCare Medical Group Discusses the Risks Associated with Hernias Do you have a lump or bump in your abdominal area or groin that you’ve been ignoring? If so, it’s important to get it checked by your primary care physician. Why? Well, it could be a sign of …

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Lumbar Spine Pain: Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

By James Leiber, Regenexx, Sports Medicine, Stem Cell Therapy The body is an interconnected machine with each part working together in harmony. The lumbar spine is a crucial element of this machine. The hip, knee, and foot are all controlled by spinal nerves within the low back. A problem in …

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Cold Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis (MS): Can it Help?

Cold Therapy for Multiple Sclerosis

According to the NIH (National Institute of Health), 23.5 million Americans suffer from autoimmune diseases, and that number is on the rise. Multiple Sclerosis is one of the fastest growing autoimmune disorders, affecting the CNS (Central Nervous System), which is comprised of the spine, brain and optic nerves. When the …

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