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Based in Orlando, we are one of Florida's most comprehensive not-for-profit healthcare networks.
Based in Orlando, we are one of Florida's most comprehensive not-for-profit healthcare networks.

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When people feel sleepy after eating a big Thanksgiving meal, they usually blame the turkey. But is it really the culprit? Learn what contributes to the post-Thanksgiving meal nap and what to do to avoid that groggy feeling. Michael Young, MD, explains.
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Does Roundup, the most popular weed-killer in the world, cause cancer—specifically non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma? And if so, what is the connection and how can the risk be decreased? Julio Hajdenberg, MD, explains.
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With the holiday season here and pumpkin pie tempting at every turn, it can be challenging to maintain a healthy diet. Learn simple strategies to enjoy the festivities while staying on track. Benjamin Kaplan, MD, in conjunction with students at the Florida State University College of Medicine, explains.
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When Aretha Franklin died earlier this year, her illness and death raised questions about pancreatic cancer and what can be done to minimize the risk of developing the disease. In recognition of Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month, Debashish Bose, MD, offers insight into the disease that ultimately took Aretha’s life.
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In observance of Veterans Day, we take time to salute all veterans for their service and sacrifice to our country.
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While much about multiple sclerosis is uncertain, what is certain is that physical therapy can help those with MS treat the symptoms and improve the functional outcome of the disease. Patricia Bobryk, MHS, PT, MSCS, ATP, explains.
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Hope Hike is an annual event at Orlando Health, designed to bring the community together and raise awareness of breast cancer. Held at Orlando Health’s downtown, Lake Mary and Dr. Phillips locations, this year’s events drew nearly 300 participants, ranging from cancer survivors to community and team members. Learn more about how we’re supporting breast cancer patients and survivors every step of the way.
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One hundred years ago today, the doors opened to what was then known as Orange General Hospital. For an organization like Orlando Health, turning 100 years old means celebrating a history of being a pioneer in medicine and looking ahead to the next 100 years of innovation. Karen Jensen, vice president, Orlando Health Foundation and Orlando Health 100 Year Committee chair, explains how Orlando Health is inspiring a new century.
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Because the symptoms of multiple sclerosis may be mild and go away on their own, they are often ignored. However, the earlier MS is treated, the better. Learn how to recognize symptoms of MS from Amparo (Amy) Gutierrez, MD.
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At Orlando Health, our team members are truly our most valuable asset. Our doctors are trusted by our patients as well as health professionals around the globe – from U.S. News & World Report and Sirius Radio interviews to the Wall Street Journal and local news stations, the Orlando Health team is busy sharing knowledge and making an impact.

Learn more about how we support our Orlando Health team members – and how, in turn, they support our patients.

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