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Florida School of Traditional Midwifery looking to expand

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With health care costs at an all time high people are looking for alternative medicine to lighten the bills. A local midwifery school is experiencing the demand for midwives and is holding a fundraiser tonight to raise money for a much needed expansion to their Victorian home. Florida’s 89.1, Kristin Hammel reports:

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