Puberty Blockers and Sex Reassignment Surgery – Person with Transgender Flag Painted On It – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by nito Last week, a joint committee of the Sunshine State’s two medical boards voted last week to draft a rule that would ban gender dysphoria treatments and puberty blockers for minors across the state. The
Transgender Flag Being Waved – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Ink Drop On Friday, Florida’s medical board voted to start the process of banning gender-affirming medical treatment for minors, a move that comes as Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis has continued to voice his opposition to such therapies. After a public hearing that lasted over three
Abortion Protest at Supreme Court – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by Wild 2 Free The Sunshine State’s new law that prohibits abortions after the 15-week mark is at the center of a hearing on Monday. A judge from Leon County, Florida will decide on granting a temporary injunction, therefore blocking the law from going into
Woman with Face Mask – Courtesy: Shutterstock – Image by JDzacovsky The Mayor of Orange County, Florida, is asking residents to wear face masks inside as the county’s COVID-19 positivity rates continue to climb. According to Mayor Jerry Demings, the county’s fourteen-day rolling positivity rate currently sits at 7.78%. “Two weeks ago on June 28,
Courtesy: Shutterstock – Photo By Stokkete Step aside, smartphones… smart rooms for hospital patients are the new thing across one Florida healthcare system that aims to convert all of its patient rooms into a fully immersive digital experience. Last week, NCH Healthcare System, a leading healthcare system in Southwest Florida, announced that it would be implementing
A study based on the states which had uninsured rates and disease outbreaks points to Florida as one of the states with the lowest vaccination rates.
State economists are expecting the Sunshine State’s Children’s Health Insurance Program will need millions more in extra funding over the next five years.
The second group of Democratic presidential candidates took center stage at the Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center in Miami for the second half of the party’s first 2020 debate.
Over the course of two hours, the first group of Democratic presidential candidates went toe-to-toe in the party’s first 2020 debate held at the Adrienne Arsht Performing Arts Center in Miami.