Darlene O’Neil just saw a doctor at a mobile health clinic for the first time in months after dropping her health coverage six months ago because she could no longer afford it. Soon, a team of local student doctors, nurses, lawyers and social workers led by a doctor will visit her home for monthly follow-up care to help the 46-year-old her manage her blood pressure because she’s at high-risk for diabetes.
In just three months, 26 million people have visited the Sunshine State, making the first quarter of 2013′s tourism record-breaking.
Winston Churchill said “democracy is the worst form of government, except for all those other forms that have been tried.”
A bill released by lawmakers Thursday proposes moving millions of low-income Floridians to HMO-style health plans and limits how much the state will spend on the program.
Egyptian Americans living in South Florida continue to monitor the historic events in their homeland. Many are rejoicing after president Hosni Mubarak resigned while others are concerned about an incoming leader.
A plurality of Floridians gives both U.S. Senators from the Sunshine State positive job approval numbers in a new poll from Quinnipiac University.
A majority of Floridians say they are optimistic about the state’s future, according to a new Quinnipiac University poll.