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Protect yourself from this year’s severe flu season

Get the shot. That’s the advice of medical experts who warn of a nasty, lingering flu season in Florida and around the country. Less than half of all Americans get vaccinated every year, but it’s...
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Blocking blood vessels offers a new solution to common prostate problems

As he got older, Pinellas County resident William Nelms had to wake up at night more and more frequently to urinate.  Often, he would be up five or six times a night. Like many older men, Nelms was...

Healthy Recipes

No Bake Coconut-Cashew Cherry Squares

No-Bake Coconut-Cashew Cherry Squares are vegan, gluten free, and a virtuously indulgent snack or dessert. Ingredients 1 cup raw unsalted cashews 1 cup unsweetened coconut flakes, plus more for...
Curried Cauliflower and Sweet Potato Bowls with Cumin Yogurt

Curried Cauliflower and Sweet Potato Bowls with Cumin Yogurt

Curried cauliflower and sweet potato bowls with cumin-spiced yogurt, arugula, mint, and cilantro. This hearty, plant-based bowl is nutrient-packed and sure to satisfy vegetarians and omnivores alike...
Salmon Burgers with Lemon-Caper Spread and Fennel Slaw

Salmon Burgers with Lemon-Caper Spread and Fennel Slaw

These burgers are an omega-3-packed hand-held meal that is meaty and satisfying.Don't be intimidated by the long ingredient list—a lot of the ingredients are used two or three times. INGREDIENTS **...
Gingerbread-Tahini Banana Bread

Gingerbread-Tahini Banana Bread

Gingerbread-Tahini Banana Bread takes the classic holiday flavor into new sweet realms. This aromatic, spice-filled bread is whole-grain, nutrient-packed, and ideal for Christmas or any other morning...

TGH Health News

Heart transplant recipient Tonya Cajuste and her husband, JC

New heart gives her more time to love

Tonya Cajuste still laughs about the peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Even though she ate it on the morning she almost died. Cajuste and her husband, JC, were getting ready for church one Sunday in...

Protect yourself from this year’s severe flu season

Get the shot. That’s the advice of medical experts who warn of a nasty, lingering flu season in Florida and around the country. Less than half of all Americans get vaccinated every year, but it’s...

Lovesick? How falling in love affects your health

The ancient Greeks called it eros. The wise old owl in Disney’s “Bambi” called it “being twitterpated.” And Dr. Jason Castro, a family medicine physician with Tampa General Medical Group, calls it “...

Running Gasparilla?

If you're running the Gasparilla Distance Classic this year, we've got some great training moves for you, thanks to our expert trainers at the Tampa General Hospital Health and Wellness Center. Check...

Health News Around the Nation

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Clues to Parkinson's May Be Shed in Tears

THURSDAY, Feb. 22, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Your tears may reveal if you are at risk of Parkinson's disease, preliminary research suggests. When people shed tears, certain proteins are released....
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Americans Still Not Safely Storing Their Guns

THURSDAY, Feb. 22, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- With the deadly mass shooting at a Florida school once again putting U.S. gun violence in the spotlight, a new survey finds that more than half of American...

When It Comes to Art, Don't Call Them Neanderthals

THURSDAY, Feb. 22, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- The ancient Neanderthals created the earliest known cave paintings in the world and likely had artistic senses similar to their more contemporary cousins,...
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Too Much TV Could Boost Your Odds for a Blood Clot

THURSDAY, Feb. 22, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Hours spent binge-watching that hot new series might feel great, but it's doing no favors for your blood vessels, new research shows. The study found that...