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Orlando Health

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  • UCF students help Haitian man with fatal leukemia get care in Orlando

    UCF students help Haitian man with fatal leukemia get care in Orlando
    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...
  • Medical device strengthens muscles and hope

    Medical device strengthens muscles and hope
    Crystal Lytle of Winter Garden never knew she had a rare disease caused by blocked arteries at the base of her brain until she suffered a stroke in the middle of the night last March. Called Moyamoya disease, a progressive brain disorder that often...
  • 6/21: Progressions, promotions in Central Florida

    Accounting Jerry Gray has joined McGladrey& Pullen, LLP in Orlando as audit senior. Architecture Carmelo "Mel" Louis Monti, has joined RLF in Winter Park as a senior project architect. Boards of Directors Doug Marrs, manager-engineered systems of...
  • Robotic Surgery: How Safe Is It?

    Robotic Surgery: How Safe Is It?
    When 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...
  • Free admission at history center this weekend

    Free admission at history center this weekend
    Hard 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....
  • Choosing the Best Doctor

    Finding a good doctor is both harder and easier than ever before. Harder because insurance restricts your options. Easier because government and other health-care Web sites are putting more information about doctors at your fingertips. But what really...
  • Haiti quake victim's foot saved with radical surgery in Orlando

    Haiti quake victim's foot saved with radical surgery in Orlando
    Sometimes, out of tragedy come life-affirming lessons of hope and humanity. Take Eunice Francois' story. The 26-year-old Haitian missionary was at her parents' home outside of Port-au-Prince participating in a prayer group when her world came crashing...
  • Orlando Fringe review: Chained To Freedom

     
    Alan Bounville has a message: "I am somebody and I deserve full equality right here and right now."...
  • Craig Pittman discusses book on manatees at Orange County Regional History Center

     
    Author Craig Pittman visits the Orange County Regional History Center on Saturday, July 31, from 2-4 p.m. to speak about his latest book Manatee Insanity: Inside the War Over Florida's Most Famous Endangered Species. Says the History Center: For the...
  • Free admission set for history center this weekend

     
    Hard 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...
  • Romance writers learn about women and heart disease

     
    Here'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...