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Dog Days

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If dogs could be awarded advanced degrees, Jammer would have a Ph.D. diploma hanging in his doghouse. To earn his place as a Health First facility dog, Jammer had to successfully complete intensive training at the Orlando campus of Canine Companions.

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Dr. Beibei Oelrich, MD, PhD

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Dr. Oelrich is an internationally trained, award-winning, board-certified urologist. She has earned her PhD in Clinical Physiology and has experience as a visiting professor for the Department of Medicine at Stanford University in California. Dr. Oelrich is fluent in English, Mandarin and German. She enjoys scuba diving, hiking, biking, sailing and playing the piano.

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Age-old battle

Space Coast Medical Report

Barbara Acree has a new face and neck, and she can thank her recalcitrant air conditioner for not having to undergo a traditional face-lift to get it.
The Melbourne resident, no stranger to Botox and dermal fillers, had reached a stage when she was seriously considering going under the knife for a face-lift.

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Testing for life

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Try as we can, we cannot escape those pesky genes we were dealt at birth.
“We are all born with a unique genetic blueprint, which lays out the basic characteristics of our personality, as well as our physical health and appearance,” award-winning author Joan D. Vinge has noted.

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Battle isn’t over

Space Coast Medical Report
Battle isn’t over County health and medical personnel believe the best way to avoid the coronavirus is to follow CDC mask protocol and get vaccinated. HEALTH FIRST Medical, safety communities ramp up response as coronavirus cases rise On June 19,...
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