August 2018 Contents
Inside Florida Trend's print and digital issue
Florida's Best Companies
Best Companies to Work For 2018
The list of 100 Florida companies ranked as best to work for.
Employees talk about what attracted them to the companies where they work and what they now like best.
South Florida's Pediatric Associates treats half a million patients in 35 cities.
Daytona Beach and Volusia County
New residents and businesses are flocking to the region.
The timber and real estate company envisions its 261-acre Wildlight project as the beginning of something bigger - it owns another 25,000 acres within five miles of the project.
Nemours is one of four hospitals in Florida that specialize only in pediatric health, focusing on clinical work as well as research and education. Yet plenty of other Florida hospitals have special wings that concentrate on children’s health and provide great service.
Food halls are spreading across Florida - for good reason.
Judith A. Bense
"We are a product of our past. The fact that we are an old historic city is part of the pride of Pensacola and Northwest Florida."
A glimpse into the future of aquaculture?
Florida's Health: Checkup
Quality-of-life factors; top 10 killers; Florida's doctors' notable trends
'Health in all policies' takes root
Individual and community health often are a function of larger social and economic factors such as income, education and social engagement.
Birth Rates; Florida’s Caesarean Line; mothers who smoke; obesity and pregnancy; breastfeeding
Hotelier Harris Rosen’s venture into health care is still reaping rewards.
Florida is fertile ground for Zika, dengue and a slew of other viruses that may piggyback on tourists.
By one measure, the state cut its total spending on public health by 35% between 2009 and 2015.
Around the State
Women Helping Women
Aminta Ventures aims to foster a base of women investors.
Hospitals in Southeast Florida are bucking the national trend on pediatric centers.
Tampa General partnership aims to create more effi ciencies in patient care.
Feeling at Home
Daytona State College reaches out to homeless students.
Two state grants target areas of opportunities for Columbia County.
Diatech's new sensor can detect when an insulin pump isn't working properly.
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