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We are still rolling in fish!!! Also, we are partnering up with Rising Tide restaurant to provide seafood for the 2019 Cape Canaveral Lighthouse Foundation Fundraising Gala. If you like lighthouses or if you like galas, this is your event! The food will be fantastic but the ambiance will be even better.

We are mid month already! This is the time of year where I talk about diversifying your palate. I have always said this and I stand by it: fresh fish are never fishy tasting. I think the fear in venturing off familiar seafood species is that other species' will be fishy tasting and you certainly do not want to spend a lot of money on something you might not like. I agree but I also know that if a fish is truly fresh…

We have so much fish in! Great selection for your New Year's Resolutions.

When an emaciated yellow rat snake with a perfectly spherical bump in its middle was brought into Young’s Animal Hospital in Titusville, Dr. Angela Bockelman...

Knowing the warning signs of certain cancers can help women get ahead start on screenings and treatments.

Happy New Year!!! We are so excited to be back and more importantly to let you know that golden tilefish is back in season. We can't wait to see your faces at the market tonight. We have so much fish in right now, enjoy it while it lasts.
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An expert on data privacy says the United States lags behind Europe.

Just by making some simple everyday changes and adopting new habits, a bit of “lifestyle medicine” can do a body good.

Here are some tips to help cancer patients manage and enjoy the busy holiday season.

Two Examples of How Structured Hand-off Communication Reduces Preventable Harm
As healthcare has evolved and become more specialized, patients are likely to encounter more handoffs than just a few generations ago. Ineffective handoffs can contribute to gaps and failures in patient safety, including medication errors, wrong-site surgery, and patient deaths. [1] It’s estimated that 80% of serious medical errors involve miscommunication between caregivers during the transfer…

Titusville Police Department’s Officers will continue to receive Individual First Aid Kits (IFAK) and specialized training on their use, thanks to the generosity and proactive efforts of Parrish Medical Center, Team Health Emergency Physicians and the Jess Parrish Medical Foundation.