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Medical Negligence Burns Woman’s Face during Surgery

Medical Negligence Burns Woman’s Face during Surgery

Kim Grice, a 29-year-old woman from Florida has witnessed a frightening case of medical negligence where she experienced severe burns during a surgical procedure at the North Okaloosa Medical Center. She was under the knife with the intent of removing three cysts from her head. However, the lady has not acquired any idea about the reasons that resulted in fire.

Robitaille Up for Electronic Medical Records System

Robitaille Up for Electronic Medical Records System

It seems like Mark Robitaille, the CEO and President of Martin Memorial Health Systems, is not willing to waste even a single second of his tenure in making the hospital superior in the state and perhaps in the country as well.

Regular Sex Could Instigate Marital Bliss for Elders

Regular Sex Could Instigate Marital Bliss for Elders

There is no doubt that sex is an inevitable part of a contended married life and that has a key role to play in making married life of elders above the age of 65, a success.

Parents urged to ensure that kids are up to date on their vaccinations

Parents urged to ensure that kids are up to date on their vaccinations

With a rather disquieting increase being reported in the number of measles cases in Florida, local health officials are requesting parents to ensure that their kids are up to date on their vaccinations before the new school year commences.

Casey Anthony to Be Released on July 17

Casey Anthony to Be Released on July 17

Casey Anthony, 25, who was found guilty of lying to police regarding the disappearance of her two-years-old daughter Caylee, is scheduled to be released from police custody on July 17. She was sentenced to jail by a Florida judge on Thursday.

100-Years-Old Snake Man Passes Away in Florida

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A roadside showman, BILL Haast, passed away at his home in Florida at the age of 100. He had injected himself with a blend of venoms from 32 snake species, for approximately 60 years, and acquired immunity against the deadly snake bites. During 1940s, he started to inject himself with diluted cobra poison and then increased the intake as well as concentration regularly.

Overweight Women Refused by Ob-Gyns

Overweight Women Refused by Ob-Gyns

The resolution of some ob-gyns in South Florida of not treating patients who are overweight is raising problems among doctors. About 15 obstetrics-gynecology practices out of 105 are refusing to see pregnant women or women who want to be pregnant who are heavier than 200 pounds.

New Bill Forbids Physicians From Asking About Guns

A new bill has been passed by the Florida state legislature, which forbids the pediatricians and other physicians to ask patients or their parents whether they have guns in their home or not. The bill will soon be signed by the Florida's governor.

Florida Legislature Gives a Green Signal to Medicare Reform

 Medicare Reform

Recently, the state Legislature passed a comprehensive reform package on Friday and experts are of opinion that due to this step, Florida’s Medicaid program will undergo some fundamental and historic changes in the coming years.

Teresa McCoy Saves Life of a Competitor in the Middle of a Race

A Florida woman, Teresa McCoy, was reported to save the life of a competitor in the middle of the race when she saw two police officers tending to another rider.

She was near the end of the bicycle portion of the Meek and Mighty Triathlon in St Petersburg, Florida, but she chose to ride over to the man and officers, who thought he might have been having a seizure.

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