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As classes start across the region and the promise of academic stress builds, more students are looking for something stronger than caffeine to keep them alert and focused.
By Colleen Wright, Orlando Sentinel
After a spike in reported drowning cases of children, state and local officials are urging adults to stay vigilant in their supervision of youngsters around bodies of water — even in water as shallow as two inches.
Early elective deliveries are nearly a thing of the past at Orlando’s two largest hospital systems.
Photo credit: Stephen M. Dowell
La familia de Stanley Barriga es ecuatoriana — pero su riñón y páncreas son de un italoirlandés.
A, B, C and D are no longer part of Jockey’s alphabet.
By Colleen Wright, The Orlando Sentinel
Stan Barriga’s family is Ecuadorean, but his kidney and pancreas are Italian and Irish.
It’s time to dust off those Jazzercise pants from the depths of the attic.
Ten years ago Jerry Pitzer sat by his backyard pool with a friend. Five of his kids were perched on the pool steps. His best babysitter, a Dalmatian named Patch, stood guard.
“When you think of bras, you think of Victoria’s Secret,” said Allana Maiden of Richmond, Va.