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Serenity Jenkins was born prematurely on February first. She was given donated breast milk as part of her treatment at Winnie Palmer Hospital.
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Florida’s First Mothers’ Milk Bank Opening In Orlando


One in eight babies is born prematurely every year in Florida. Breast milk helps newborns build up their immune systems and fight infection. Some call it “liquid gold.” But many mothers of premature babies can’t produce their own breast milk. That’s why hospitals turn to milk banks for donor milk much like they rely on blood banks. Florida doesn’t have a milk bank, but that’s about to change.
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SSC Moves Forward With Wellness Center Plans


Seminole State College’s new Wellness Center got its first round of approvals today. The board approved a partnership project between the college, Orlando Health, the YMCA and Walgreens. The building will cost 10-million dollars, and will open in January of 2017. Jay Davis, a spokesman for the school, said The Keith Corporation’s proposal will be full negotiated now. Check here to look at those documents.
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