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Alzheimer’s Awareness Month shines a spotlight on the disease and how understanding it can improve the quality of life for people previously undiagnosed with Alzheimer’s or other memory disorders.
In June, Lee Health and Healthy Lee developed the Lee Health Surplus Hurricane Supply Food Donation program. The initiative safely diverts hospital food to organizations that feed people who are food insecure.
Dr. Karen Calkins, a Pine Islander, describes community spirit in wake of Hurricane Ian.
Sneezing, coughing, sore throat, and more. What are they symptoms of? COVID, flu, or just allergies?
November is Diabetes Awareness Month. Here's what you need to know and more about what Lee Health experts can do to help you.
Holiday meals are coming up--but don't stress.
It's that time of year again: A vaccine is your best bet in keeping the flu away for you and your family.
A new robotic surgery option helps decrease recovery time and ease pain for knees and hips.
Early detection is key for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Our two facility dogs, Dorian and Lemon, make quite the team!
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