MLB Players Worried About Zika During Upcoming Puerto Rico Series
Study Shows Diabetes Rates Skyrocketing Worldwide
No Change In Autism Rate Among U.S. KidsA government report released Thursday shows no change in how common autism is among U.S. children.
Squat, Lunge, Push-Ups. 13 Apps For Fitness At HomeWant to get fit, but don’t want to drive to the gym? Well, there are multiple apps and online subscriptions for that!
Task Force Urges Doctors To Screen All Adults For DepressionAll adults, including pregnant women and new mothers, should be screened for depression as a routine part of health care, a government advisory group recommended Tuesday.
Health Alert: Task Force Releases Breast Cancer Screening RecommendationsWhen women should begin having mammograms has been a hot topic of conversation in recent years, mainly due to changing – and sometimes conflicting – guidelines.
New Federal Dietary Guidelines ReleasedThe federal government released new dietary guidelines Thursday.
New Test Reducing The Number Of Invasive Prostate BiopsiesIn an effort to reduce the number of invasive prostate biopsies, UM Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center is introducing a new method in cancer screening. It’s a new tool called “4Kscore.”
Public Health Officials Want More Regulation Of Energy DrinksEnergy drinks promise to pump us up with a just a few sips. They continue to grow in popularity, and that concerns public health officials.
New Wearable Technology Promises Drug-Free Pain ReliefThe Food and Drug Administration has given Waltham based Neurometrix the green light to market new wearable technology that can help with all kinds of conditions.
Senate Committee To Tackle Patients' Pain Med ProblemsThe Legislature may have inadvertently made it harder for legitimate patients to get critical pain medications when it passed a 2011 law aimed at shutting down rogue clinics that branded the state as the "pill mill capital" of the country.
South Florida Thinks Pink & Races For The CureOctober is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month and that means South Floridians laced up their walking and running shoes for the 20th annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure.