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Putting autism sleep issues to bed
At least half of children on the autism spectrum struggle with sleep patterns, with parents saying it’s closer to 80%. High anxiety, medication, or sleep apnea are real issues, so Ivanhoe has good advice leading to restorative sleep for parents and children.
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Housing costs top issue for Florida voters
A new statewide poll found that the cost of housing is the most important problem facing Florida right now. The poll from the University of North Florida’s Public Opinion Research Lab (PORL) found 26% of the more than 700 registered voters asked said affordable housing was a top issue, followed by the economy, jobs and inflation with 25%.
Using AI to locate brain lesions in seconds
Brain lesions occur in 90% of patients over 65, and they are often among the first signs of dementia. The key is knowing how many lesions are lodged in the brain, and where they are. Counting them is nearly impossible, so researchers are turning to artificial intelligence to do that in mere seconds.
Free program will offer assistance to members of the military, veterans and their families
From budgeting and saving to helping in financial distress, next week, a FREE program will offer assistance to members of the military, veterans and their families. Aaron Irving and Jacalyn Crecelius with Jax Legal Aid joined The Morning show to discuss the details.
How to take back control of your data
Shopping for the holidays has never been easier. Just grab your phone and with a few clicks and swipes, you can find the perfect presents for your loved ones. But a Consumer Reports investigative reporter warns, sometimes there’s a trade-off for that convenience.
Nemours hosting 'KidsHealth Run & Walk' at Everbank Stadium on Saturday, Dec. 2
Charlie Moore, a lifelong patient, joined The Morning Show to discuss the inaugural 'KidsHealth Run & Walk. The race will be held at EverBank Stadium. It’s a family-friendly event that includes a 5K, 10K and a one-mile fun run. More info: Nemours.org/jaxrun
Looking back 13,000 years ago: Florida from an indigenous perspective
We’re taking a look back into Florida’s history on this week of Thanksgiving — more than 13,000 years ago and well before that first Thanksgiving in the 17th century. Much of what we are taught about Florida’s history is not necessarily the full story, but one that is told from a limited perspective.
Don’t bring bedbugs home from vacation!
There were unwanted visitors at Paris Fashion Week this year: bedbugs! It was bad timing as the city prepares for the Olympic Games in 2024. But really, this is a problem for anyone who travels. So with the holidays fast approaching, Consumer Reports shares some tips to keep the bedbugs away during your next trip.