Students and staff at Palm Beach Lakes High School are getting creative about how they market the unique opportunities offered at their school. The Five Carat Choice Program consists of six dynamic academies including Biotechnology, Early Childhood/Teacher Education, and Fire.
At age thirty, Dr. David Stevens packed up his young family and moved eight thousand miles away from home to begin his life’s work as a missionary doctor. In his new book, “Jesus, M.D. A Doctor Examines the Great Physician,”Stevens details this great adventure.
Boca Raton, Fla., December 17, 2018 — Modernizing Medicine® today announced its orthopedic electronic health record (EHR), EMA™, delivers one of the best orthopedic workflows for the specialty, according to the KLAS Orthopedic EMR 2018 report. Modernizing Medicine’s EHR system was named a top performer for overall satisfaction and earned above average scores in key performance categories researched by KLAS.
The graduation rate in Palm Beach County District-operated schools continues to climb. According to data just released by the Florida Department of Education, the School District achieved a 91.7 percent graduation rate for District operated schools in 2018, up from 90 percent in 2017. This increase means that the District continues to outperform other most large urban school districts in Florida for the fifth consecutive year.
Woodline Joseph, a senior at Atlantic Community High School, already has a dream for her future.
“Graduates, your degree signifies not only the mastery of the nursing discipline, but your individual discoveries and attributions that you were able to unearth to improve the practice of nursing right here and now,” said Dr. Maria Connolly, executive director, RN-to-BSN program at Loyola University in Chicago, Illinois. “You’ve already advanced the nursing profession to a new level.”
It’s fast-paced, takes less time to do, and burns a lot of calories. High-intensity interval exercise is widely recognized as the most time-efficient and effective way to exercise. In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers from Florida Atlantic University have discovered another important health benefit of these short bursts of intense exercise with rest intervals. It could also be an effective strategy to prevent and combat cognitive dysfunction in obese individuals.