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  1. Driven by demand, Planned Parenthood opens second clinic in Tampa

    Health

    The floor-to-ceiling glass windows are heavily tinted and the inside is hidden behind rows of curtains. Security cameras monitor every corner, and only patients with an appointment and valid identification can pass through the intentionally cramped entrance area. A receptionist sits behind a glass window. The more …

  2. Record numbers are signing up for Obamacare in Florida as enrollment period draws to a close

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    With just four days left to enroll for health insurance on the federal exchange, advocates for the Affordable Care Act say Florida is headed for a record-breaking year.

  3. A boy shares the pain of being bullied - inspiring thousands to show him love (w/video)

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    While fighting back tears, young Keaton Jones couldn't stop asking one question: Why?

  4. Legalization of marijuana for adults poses problems for people dealing with teens

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    WESTMINSTER, Calif. — After Yarly Raygoza attended the drug prevention program at the Boys & Girls Club here last year, she used what she learned to talk a few friends out of using marijuana.

  5. Millions gained coverage since Obamacare, but many are worse off as premiums soar

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    As open enrollment for Affordable Care Act coverage nears the deadline of Dec. 15, and Florida once again leads all states using the federal exchange at healthcare.gov, Heidi and Richard Reiter sit at the …

  6. How kids' books can introduce a lifetime of fitness

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    When I became a parent last year, it seemed likely my marathon running days were behind me.

  7. Mayo Clinic Q&A: seek attention for mole that bleeds; a look at lung restoration

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    DON'T WAIT: BLEEDING MOLE SHOULD BE EVALUATED BY A DOCTOR

  8. The solar eclipse burned a crescent wound on a woman's retina. She wasn't wearing proper glasses.

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    Like so many others, 26-year-old Nia Payne wanted to view of August's historic solar eclipse but didn't have a pair of protective glasses. She walked outside on Staten Island and glanced at the sun - 70 percent was covered - for about six seconds before deciding she needed eye protection.

  9. A gift of hands: After loss, a man finds hope from healing ones

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    ST. PETERSBURG — Francisco Piedra fixed his eyes on the man sitting beside him. His name was Richard Brown, and in his hands he held Piedra's new ones.

  10. Green Salad With Pumpkin Vinaigrette celebrates holiday season

    Health

    Summer may officially be the season of green salads, but wintertime versions have advantages that make them worth exploring.