Most sun damage happens when we are children. As you enjoy summertime family fun, here are seven tips to keep your children and grandchildren safe in the sun.
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Growing Bolder’s Bill Shafer and Dr. Nick Dewan, vice president of Behavioral Health at Florida Blue Medicare, talk about the challenges people face in making the transition from living with the “deadly threat” of the pandemic to adapting to the world today.
A third COVID-19 vaccine dose is available now to 3% of the U.S. population. But soon, a COVID-19 vaccine booster shot will be available to everyone. Here’s what you need to know.
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In this edition of Growing Bolder’s Ordinary People Living Extraordinary Lives, we highlight the lives of men and women in Central Florida. We share their stories because the passion, purpose and significance they find in their daily lives is attainable for all of us. We just have to believe that more is possible.
While acting as caretaker for his dying wife, Mark Potter found connection through sharing daily photos of the sunrise.
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