More Than Two Billion Are Obese Worldwide, Study FindsAccording to a new study, nearly a third of the globe's population is obese.
South Florida Walks For A Cure To Help Victims Of MSIt's a disease that disrupts the communication between the brain and body.
New Study Adds To Discussion About Soy And Breast CancerNew evidence shows that soy may be good for some patients who are suffering from breast cancer.
Miami Beach Has Florida's Most Walkable NeighborhoodThe most walkable neighborhood in Florida is located in Miami Beach, according to a report from a real estate firm.
Gastric Balloon Could Inflate Your Weight-Loss SuccessInsert 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.
Nestlé Says It Will Remove Artificial Flavorings In 250 BrandsThere’s been a recent wave of companies and restaurants removing artificial flavoring from their products, now Nestlé is joining the list.
Miami Man Behind Beyoncé's Flawless LookMiami-native Marcos Borges, as it turns out, is one of the reasons Beyonce wakes up looking flawless.
104-Year-Old Credits Family For Her LongevityFrom dancing to lifting weights, Mrs. Con Mac is a dedicated member at the YMCA family center in Weston. She comes in seven days a week to exercise at her Silver Sneakers cardio class along with her daughter. And Thursday at The Y was not just any day—she celebrated 104 years of life.
University Receives Grant To Study E-Cigarettes UseA $2.7 million grant was given to the University of Arizona to research the growing use of electronic cigarettes.
Health Dept. Offering Free Back-To-School Immunizations In Miami-DadeSome kids dread the thought of going back-to-school after summer vacation—and the idea of having to get vaccines is even worse.
Eating Fast Food Doesn't Mean You Can't Be HealthyA majority of us do it regularly. We end up in the drive-thru line because we’re too busy or too tired to cook.
More Doctors Incorporating Stress Management In Practices A study has found 10 percent of adults do nothing to manage their stress, but doctors are now incorporating stress management into their practices to help their patients.