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Doctor Who Delayed Retirement to Treat Coronavirus Patients Dies After COVID-19 Battle

A well known doctor in New York City has died of the coronavirus. The doctor made the decision to delay his retirement to work on the COVID-19 front lines.
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Is Telehealth Here to Stay After the Coronavirus Pandemic?

With many doctors’ offices transitioning into telemedicine platforms during the COVID-19 outbreak, some patients are wondering if telehealth is here to stay.
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Healthcare Hero

Sunstate Federal Credit Union would like to thank and recognize local doctors, nurses, first responders, technicians and others as a 98.5 KTK Healthcare Hero.Read more

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Doctor on Frontlines of Coronavirus Offers 6 Tips for Staying Safe

David Price, Pulmonary Critical Care Specialist at Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York City shares information with family and friends on empowering and protecting families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Simple Explanation As To Why Doctors Have Horrible Handwriting

We widely regard doctors as some of the smartest, most detail-oriented people, yet they often have horrible handwriting. From a patient’s standpoint, it could seem downright terrifying. In 2006, the National Academies of Science's Institute of Medicine estimated that doctors’ sloppy handwriting was...
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Things You Should Do At Least Once A Year

Just handling day-to-day tasks can be a monster achievement! But sometimes it can be even harder to keep tabs on those to-dos that only need annual attention. So here's a list of items you should do at least once a year. First is a trip to your doctor. Although you probably don’t need an annual...
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Creative Ways To Empty Your Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

Tic-tok is the sound you're hearing for your cash in your Flexible Spending Account (FSA). Depending on your employer’s rules, if you don’t spend your FSA money by the end of the annual grace period, you potentially lose some of it. Lost cash is never a good thing. So if you have to use your FSA...
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At-Home Digital Medical Exam Kits Are Now Available

Visiting your doctor can be tricky at times with schedules and availability. Not to mention the costs. Over the past few years, online doctor visits have been a cheap and quick way to get a medical opinion (and sometimes a prescription) without leaving the house. The only drawback is that the...
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App Detects A Child's Ear Infection

Generally speaking, using an internet connection to diagnose a medical condition is rarely recommended. But technology is getting better and can better help you identify problems you should discuss with your doctor. The most recent example is an app that promises to identify one of the key symptoms...
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When You Should Stop Taking Medications To Prevent An Addiction

It seems the older we get, the more medications we take. While some medications may be needed long-term to help manage chronic conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure. But there others designed for short-term usage and may be harmful if used for too long. How might you know whether it’s...
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