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  1. 5 things we learned about Trump from his medical checkup


    Five things we learned about President Donald Trump from Navy Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, the doctor who oversaw Trump's first medical checkup in office.

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  2. A century after the 1918 pandemic, science takes its best shot at flu


    WASHINGTON — The descriptions are haunting.

  3. A popular school fundraiser is just 'junk-food marketing to kids,' experts say


    For 43 years, schoolkids and their parents have clipped the labels from cookie bags and cracker boxes as part of a popular rewards program called Labels for Education.

  4. Pinellas is at the center of a rise in Florida flu outbreaks


    Feeling a little sniffly or scratchy or stuffed up? It may be the flu, and you don't want to wait around to see a doctor this year.

  5. CDC says 'There's lots of flu in lots of places.' And it's not going away anytime soon.


    A nasty flu season is in full swing across the United States, with a sharp increase in the number of older people and young children being hospitalized, federal health officials said Friday.

  6. 'Pregnancy centers' draw scrutiny as lawmakers seek to elevate their status


    Annie Filkowski used to see the signs during her drive to school each morning. "Free pregnancy tests," they said.

  7. Mease Countryside Hospital begins $156M expansion project


    SAFETY HARBOR — Mease Countryside Hospital is launching a $156 million expansion to build a four-story patient tower with all private rooms and a four-story parking garage.

  8. Flu shot? This is why you should still get one this year


    This year's flu season is shaping up to be a bad one. Much of the country endured a bitterly cold stretch, causing more people to be crowded together inside. The strain that has been …

  9. Serena Williams tells scary story of childbirth complications


    The image on the cover of the February issue of Vogue features Serena Williams proudly showing off her adorable daughter.

  10. Obamacare enrollment remained strong in Florida, despite obstacles


    While health insurance sign-ups through the Affordable Care Act dipped slightly across the nation for 2018, Floridians bought plans at nearly the same levels as last year despite a much shorter enrollment period, a smaller budget for promotion and repeated efforts to kill the program.