Posted in Entertainment Health

In Hot Pursuit race set for Nov. 16

The Escambia County Sheriff’s Office Sixth Annual ‘In Hot Pursuit’ 5K is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 16 on Pensacola Beach. There will be a fun…

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Sacred Heart named one of top 10 most affordable hospitals

NerdWallet Health has built a Best Hospitals tool to help patients investigate the cost of hospital care in their local areas. Using this same data…

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Posted in Caring Health

Floridians Have Access to Health Exchange Despite State Actions

By Stephanie Carroll Carson, Florida News Connection On Tuesday, almost 3 million Floridians will be eligible for health coverage under the insurance exchange created by…

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Posted in Caring Health

Florida and Texas lead the nation in uninsured citizens, but balk at Obamacare coverage

A new Census Bureau report shows that Florida has a higher percentages of people without health insurance than most of the country. Only Texas has…

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Viewpoint: Obamacare Is Bad For You? Don’t Believe the Hype

By Charles Thornton, The Thornton Review Sen Marco Rubio says he would shut down government over Obamacare. Really? The GOP is taking its show to…

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Posted in Education Health

Rubio hits all the hot topics: Obamacare, education and college debt

By Jesse Farthing U.S. Senator Marco Rubio expressed his desire to repeal the Affordable Care Act today during a roundtable meeting with local business owners,…

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Posted in Health Politics State & National News

Rubio in town today

U.S. Senator Marco Rubio will be in Pensacola today to discuss Obamacara. The visit is part of his tour, which Saint Peter’s Blog describes as…

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Posted in Caring Health State & National News

Viewpoint: Turning the Tide on Childhood Obesity

by: Dr. Janey Thornton, USDA Deputy Under Secretary for Food, Nutrition and Consumer Services As the Department of Agriculture’s Deputy Under Secretary for Food, Nutrition…

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Posted in Environment Health

East Hill Residents Receive Claim Extension

Thousands of East Hill neighborhood residents who received notices in the mail earlier this summer inviting them to participate in a class action lawsuit settlement…

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