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Quay Longs leads Strive Hall camp participants on a tour of the FGCU Food Forest.
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Two brothers from Plant City with FGCU ties are focusing on helping youths from 16 to 22 change a mindset that had them conforming to their environment.
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    An important new study offers much-needed data to inform older Americans of the risks and benefits they must weigh when facing major surgery.
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    Improving lung cancer outcomes in Black communities will take more than lowering the screening age, experts say. Disparities are present in everything from the studies that inform when people should get checked to the availability of care in rural areas.
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