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Punta Gorda resident publishes book on the nightmare of schizophrenia

Roxanne (Hall) Rowe lives in a perpetual nightmare -- all day, every day. Since her senior year of high school, the Punta Gorda resident has Read More...

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Suffering is optional -- how to find calm in the storm
Jul 19, 2014 10:07PM

Have you ever heard the saying, "Pain is inevitable, but suffering is optional"? What does this really mean, and how … Read More...



For Punta Gorda woman, helping others is her life's mission
Jul 19, 2014 10:07PM

"Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile." --Albert Einstein That is the mantra that Sushila Cherian lives … Read More...



Charlotte County's 'Project Lifesaver' needs volunteers
Jul 19, 2014 10:07PM

One of the most heart-stopping moments in a parent's life is when they are at a grocery store and -- … Read More...



59-year-old physically active stroke victim fights to come back
Jul 5, 2014 10:12PM

Sometimes you can avoid all the voluntary high-risk factors for a stroke -- and get one anyway. Port Charlotte resident … Read More...



Is Parkinson's disease genetic?
Jul 5, 2014 10:12PM

This is a common question that comes up in the neurologist's office, regardless of age of the patient. It arises … Read More...

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New HIV Guidelines Released by WHO
Jul 23, 2014 04:23PM

Five groups of people are driving the global HIV epidemic, the World Health Organization (WHO) says in its new guidelines. Read More...



Will 3-D Printing Revolutionize Medicine?
Jul 23, 2014 04:22PM

A video and article about 3-D printing and how it's being used in medicine. Read More...



Caffeine Powder: FAQ
Jul 22, 2014 04:02PM

The story of an 18-year-old prom king, who according to media reports died from an irregular heartbeat and seizures brought on by a caffeine overdose, has raised questions about caffeine -- particularly the powdered form used by the teen. Read More...



Guns and Dementia
Jul 21, 2014 03:27PM

A new survey on access to guns by people with dementia finds that caregivers and family members of people being evaluated for cognitive problems did not consistently remove guns from their homes or keep them locked up. Read More...



Guns and Dementia
Jul 21, 2014 03:27PM

A new survey on access to guns by people with dementia finds that caregivers and family members of people being evaluated for cognitive problems did not consistently remove guns from their homes or keep them locked up. Read More...

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