When people think of networking, they probably think about client dinners, or meeting for drinks, but a new trend is on the rise that just might have you picking up gym shoes instead of those finger foods.
Broadcaster Bob Costas’s eye infection is keeping him on the bench at the Winter Olympics.
While overall enrollment remained stagnant last month, the number of young adults signing up for health care in the new federal marketplace is increasing in Florida.
A Canadian study that many experts say has major flaws has revived debate about the value of mammograms. The research suggests that these screening X-rays do not lower the risk of dying of breast cancer while finding many tumors that do not need treatment.
You wouldn’t think twice about Googling information about your doctor, or dentist, but what if you found out they were also looking up information about you online?
Approximately 75 percent of U.S. kids and young adults consume at least some caffeine on a daily basis. The numbers haven’t budged over a decade, despite soda use declining. Instead, energy drinks are becoming the increasingly common source of much of the caffeine intake.
Health officials have begun to call “end game” on cigarette-smoking in America.
A South Florida hospital is giving its employees a new start at life as well.
In an issue that could spur a health-care industry fight, a House select committee Monday will take up a 155-page bill that would give nurse practitioners independence to provide medical services without physician supervision.
Electronic cigarettes have been banned from Miami-Dade County buildings and Jackson Health System buildings.
The 2013 Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure took place October 19, 2013. CBS4 was a proud sponsor of the event that attracted more than 30,000 people.