Florida dialysis patient finds haven in Valdosta
Don O’Donnell, 78, left his home in Coral Gables, Fla., at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday with his wife, Kay. Thursday morning, he was in a recliner at Davita Oak Street Dialysis in Valdosta, connected to a machine which cleans his blood, since his failed kidneys can’t. Read the full article:... Read more
Advocates say proposed Medicaid cuts would hurt kids
Children’s health care advocates say proposed cuts to Georgia’s insurance program for the poor will jeopardize access to basic medical services for the state’s youngest residents. Read the full article: Valdosta Daily Times Read more
Parkinson’s patients fight disease in the ring
Boxing is growing in popularity for people with the disease because of its over-exaggerated movements. Read the full article: Valdosta Daily Times Read more
Valdosta area battles mosquitoes
With mosquito season here, city and county officials want the public’s help in battling the tiny terrors. Read the full article: Valdosta Daily Times Read more
Opioid crisis threatens rural Ga. workforce
The state’s emerging opioid crisis may be partly to blame for the workforce shortages thwarting local efforts to attract new jobs. Read the full article: Valdosta Daily Times Read more

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