Insert a balloon into your stomach, start to lose weight. Those are the basics of a new procedure you can only get from a University of Miami doctor.
As Ebola comes to the United States, a world renowned Florida International University professor and doctor who has battled Ebola before says the United States needs to do a better job of identifying passengers who could be carrying the disease.
The Air Force is joining in the efforts to help control mosquito borne illnesses bugging South Florida.
Did you know you can treat tons of skin problems with things you can find right inside your own home?
Do peanuts make your throat close up? Do berries give you hives? Could melons kill you?
An explosion of food allergies is unique to America and Europe and no one seems to know why.
Tonight, CBS4’s Brian Andrews looks at the reasons your grandparents might not have had food allergies, but you do.
A group of six strangers met for the first time- giving slightly awkward hugs- and some not even speaking the same language. But there is now an unbreakable bond between them.
An 11-year-old Davie girl, who once suffered nearly 50 seizures a month, is living seizure-free following a laser brain surgery in Arizona.
The mosquito season is in kicking into high gear in Florida and state health officials are warning residents to protect themselves.
Sick kids are no laughing matter, but the Big Apple Circus’s Clown Care Program uses the healing power of humor to help kids at Miami Children’s Hospital.
The horn sounded off and marathoners hit the ground running. Rosanna Morales use to be one of them until a sudden injury stopped her in her tracks.