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Eye on Health - High Risk Pregnancies - William Dobak

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Eye on Health - Urgent Care - John Streaker

Eye on Health - Pediatric Diabetes - Larry Deeb

Eye on Health - PFO Closure- William Dixon

Eye on Health - Brain Tumors - Matthew Lawson

Eye on Health - Stereotactic Radiosurgery - Albert Lee

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Updated: 01/19/2018 - Richie and Rob share an unbreakable bond, with help from a t-shirt and a viral social media post, reports CBS News' Don Dahler.

Updated: 01/19/2018 - Influenza has left two Florida children dead since the start of the year in a flu season that state officials say is worse than any they've ever seen.

Posted: 01/12/2018 - The Georgia Department of Public Health's Southwest Public Health District is reporting that, along with widespread flu activity in Southwest Georgia, there's another bug circulating.

Updated: 01/12/2018 - A new series of self-movement management games could dramatically change therapy for stroke and brain injury survivors.

Posted: 01/02/2018 - Federal prosecutors say a strategy that gives them better access to drug and healthcare data is helping them stop doctors who irresponsibly prescribe addictive pain pills.

Updated: 01/02/2018 - "My best advice to someone would be that you didn't put the weight on overnight, so it's not going to come off overnight."

Updated: 12/18/2017 - Health officials say the Deep South is among the hardest-hit regions of the nation so far this flu season.

Posted: 12/05/2017 - Doctors at a Florida hospital faced an ethical dilemma when an unconscious man arrived in the emergency room with a tattoo that read "Do Not Resuscitate" emblazoned on his chest.

Updated: 11/20/2017 - Health officials are reporting Florida's second case this year of the Zika virus transmitted by a local mosquito.

Updated: 11/09/2017 - Florida Blue announced Wednesday that Oxycontin will no longer be covered in its commercial lines of business starting on January 1, 2018.