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NASCAR, despite Saturday's crash, will go racing today at Daytona International Speedway, weather permitting, More than two dozen people were injured at Daytona International Speedway Saturday afternoon in the wake of a multicar accident. “We...
A federal check of more than $87 million was delivered to the state this week for the continued construction of the SunRail commuter train in Metro Orlando. Federal Transit Administrator Peter Rogoff made the official announcement Friday during a news...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — Companies, interest-groups and local governments paid $123 million to lobby the Florida Legislature last year, led by phone giant AT&T, Malaysian casino giant Genting, U.S. Sugar Corp., and an Oklahoma-based Internet sweepstakes cafe...
ORLANDO, Fla. -- Not everyone here feels abandoned by Dwight Howard. A young mother has been able to remain in the United States with her two daughters because of legal assistance provided by the Lakers center since he left the Orlando Magic. A pregnant...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE — A new poll by the Florida Hospital Association is showing that 62 percent of Floridians support expanding Medicaid to more low income individuals under the Affordable Care Act. “Floridians believe that everyone should have access...
The Dish - Orlando SentinelClarito Macalalad, owner/operator of Orlando's Curbside Chef, was selected fan favorite food truck at the “Healthy Food Truck Rally” at the Health & Wellness Center at Florida Hospital Wesley Chapel grand opening on Sunday Jan. 6. More than 5,...
Time again to empty out my mail bag ... Dear Beth, Appreciated your article on the hospitals purchasing the practices of doctors. It is a deserved knee-jerk reaction on the part of both hospitals and doctors to the prospects of Obamacare. We will now...
Margaret Guedes: Twice she put life on pause and parachuted into Seattle so her son, John, could have bone-marrow transplants. In 1992, months after her 9-year-old lost his fight with leukemia, she launched Kids Beating Cancer Inc. to spare sick kids...
When a big hospital chain buys an independent doctor's office, we often hear the move will "enhance care," "integrate care" or "improve health-care efficiency." Spare us the euphemisms. Patients are the losers in these deals. We pay higher costs. We...
The news continues to be encouraging for Oviedo cross country/track coach Tom Hammontree recovering from heart transplant surgery last week. Hammontree underwent surgery on Jan. 10 and his wife, Jane, said Friday afternoon -- just eight days after...
They're ba-a-ack. Habit Heroes, an Epcot attraction that aims to help kids defeat unhealthy habits, will reopen today after undergoing a complete Imagineering makeover. Following its debut last February, the attraction landed in big trouble when fat-...
Tags: Nutrition, Cartoons, Obesity, Children's Health, Entertainment
The federal government is suing Hospice of the Comforter for Medicare fraud, alleging that since at least 2005 the Altamonte Springs-based nonprofit knowingly billed for patients who were not terminally ill and even encouraged "creative" record-keeping to...
Tags: Medicare, Trials, Health and Safety at Work, Nursing, Lawyers
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