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Intersection: Summer In The Emergency Room


Emergency rooms are busy places especially during the summer. More people are outside playing sports or enjoying the outdoors which can lead to sometimes getting injured. Dr. Christopher Hunter, assistant program director of the Orlando Health emergency medicine residency and the associate medical director of Orange County EMS, joins us to talk about why ER’s tend to get busy during the summer and why Orlando has unique patients.
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Intersection: Summer Fun Food Tour & Holistic Cooking & Eating


Resolutions to eat healthier usually get made at the start of the new year, but Chefs Gary Appelsies and Dawn Viola say there’s no better time than summer to start eating and cooking right. Appelsies is on a tour at the YMCAs in Central Florida to promote healthy cooking and Viola is about to open a teaching kitchen in Clermont.
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Intersection: Waterborne Illnesses


Summer’s around the corner- and for Floridians that means hitting the beach, the pool or swimming in one of Florida’s many lakes and rivers. Pathogens that can make you sick are lurking in the water. But how common are these pathogens, and how can you protect yourself?
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