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  • Elizabeth Cohen: Orlando mother shared her love, 'did things big'

    Elizabeth Cohen: Orlando mother shared her love, 'did things big'
    Over a hundred presents filled the living room of the Cohen house this Christmas. Even more waited in the garage. The giver was the same person. The wrapping paper was torn, Christmas cards written weeks in advance were read and tears were shared....
  • Environmental Nutrition: Fill your nutrient shortfall

    Environmental Nutrition: Fill your nutrient shortfall
    When scientists observe that lots of people within our population don't meet their needs for particular nutrients, they are dubbed "shortfall nutrients." Here are four essential nutrients most likely to be insufficient in your diet, based on the...
  • Even if you backslide, resolving to improve your health is worthwhile

    If you've ever made New Year's resolutions that include adopting better health habits, you probably know they aren't easy to keep. The reason resolutions often don't work is because lasting change is usually not accomplished in a dramatic leap but through...
  • Potent spices add a flavor punch and protection against disease

    Look no further than your own spice rack to help protect against chronic diseases like heart disease and cancer. Herbs and spices not only punch up food's appeal, but they can also boost your immune system to help fight disease. Some herbs and spices...
  • Wendy Chioji takes cancer fight to new arena

    Wendy Chioji takes cancer fight to new arena
    Winter Park will proclaim Wednesday as Wendy Chioji Day, a gesture that underscores how the former WESH-Channel 2 anchor still inspires the community six years after she left the NBC affiliate. She will attend the local, sold-out premiere of a documentary...
  • Healthy habits lead to lower cancer risk

    Healthy habits lead to lower cancer risk
    Certain types of cancer are more likely to strike certain types of people than others. For example, while men can be diagnosed with breast cancer, women are far more likely to develop the disease. But just because a person's risk of developing cancer is...
  • Virgen: Team Nuclear steps up for Movember

    Virgen: Team Nuclear steps up for Movember
    John Cornuke was excited for November to end. He knew the mustache he had been sporting for a month could be shaved. Cornuke, an Estancia High alum (Class of 1981) who played baseball and football for the Eagles, said it felt liberating when the hair...
  • Account representative

    Account representative
    Kamala T. Green has been an account representative in primary care systems with the American Cancer Society for nine months. It’s a newly created position that came as a result of reorganization in 2013. What does your job entail? My job...
  • Fuzzy Thurston dies at 80; member of title-winning Packers teams of 1960s

    Former Green Bay Packers offensive lineman Fuzzy Thurston, a member of Vince Lombardi's great football teams of the 1960s, has died. He was 80. Thurston died Sunday after several years of health issues, the team said. A pulling left guard, Thurston...
  • Don Zimmer, Fort Lauderdale architect, dies at 71

    Don Zimmer, Fort Lauderdale architect, dies at 71
    Don Zimmer teased his friends that his career path started as a newborn. When he was born at Broward General Hospital, he was one of nine babies in a maternity ward that was built for seven. So the hospital staff padded dresser drawers with diapers to...
  • Cleveland Clinic nears opening of cancer, neurology center

    Cleveland Clinic nears opening of cancer, neurology center
    Cleveland Clinic Florida is finishing construction of a $90 million cancer and neurological center at its Weston campus to accommodate a growing patient load. The clinic expects to open the 143,000-square-foot Egil and Pauline Braathen Center late...