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Fall Back and Get Some Sleep

Fall Back and Get Some Sleep

By Jessica Forbes Daylight saving time ends on Sunday, Nov. 2, marking the end of long summer days and the time to set clocks back one hour. As most of the U.S. prepares to “fall back,” we [...]

E-Cigs

E-Cigs

By Jennifer Leigh It’s no surprise that cigarettes are bad for you. There’s an endless amount of evidence to back up the surgeon general’s warning on each pack, and yet 40 million Americans [...]

Re-examining Depression and Suicide

Re-examining Depression and Suicide

By Jessica Forbes Robin Williams’ suicide on Aug. 11 will be one of approximately 39,000 suicides in the U.S. in 2014. Like Williams, millions of Americans struggle with depression. The [...]

The Case for Birth Control

The Case for Birth Control

Why it’s necessary and where to get it By Jennifer Leigh Since June 30—when the Supreme Court ruled that companies such as Hobby Lobby could refuse to pay for some forms of contraception that [...]

Ask A Doc: With Dermatologist Dr. Kevin Welch

Ask A Doc: With Dermatologist Dr. Kevin Welch

Dr. Kevin Welch is a board-certified dermatologist who offers a variety of cosmetic dermatological services at the Welch Skin Care Center at the Medical Center Clinic.  Though he specializes in [...]

An Ounce of Prevention

An Ounce of Prevention

By Jessica Forbes For most Floridians, days spent boating, lazing on the beach, or playing in the yard are a regular and time-honored tradition—we live in The Sunshine State, after all. As [...]

The Back and Forth Over Gluten

The Back and Forth Over Gluten

By Sarah McCartan Earlier this month, late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel took to the streets to ask individuals who have adopted a gluten-free diet, a single, straightforward question: [...]

Prepping for Pregnancy

Prepping for Pregnancy

Escambia County Healthy Start Coalition Strives for Healthy Births By Jennifer Leigh In 1991, Florida’s Healthy Start program was created by state legislation with the goal of reducing infant [...]

A Different Type of Spring Cleaning

A Different Type of Spring Cleaning

By Sarah McCartan The birds are chirping, the flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, which can only mean one thing—spring has sprung. In addition to seasonal delights like longer days and [...]

Kicking the Sticks

Kicking the Sticks

Local Hospitals Step Up Anti-Smoking Initiatives By Sarah McCartan The risks of tobacco use are certainly no secret, nor are they highly debated. On the contrary, tobacco products wear their [...]

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