Latest Miami Healthy Living
For South Florida families, back-to-school time can get expensive: new clothes, supplies, backpacks. Fortunately, Jackson North Medical Center trimmed one necessary expense: immunizations.
Nearly 18 percent of Florida’s residents could soon be struggling to feed their families.
Students in Broward and Miami-Dade public schools are required to do it. Doctors warn against skipping it. Despite those facts, fewer South Floridians are getting vaccinations for whooping cough, and cases in 2012 have skyrocketed.
In an effort to have healthier choices available in school lunches, suppliers of chocolate and strawberry flavored milk to most of the state’s schools have reduced the amount of sugar they use in the drinks.
If you buy Winn-Dixie’s skillet dinners, check your pantry because your meal might contain metal fragments. Here is how to know.
Is your drinking water safe? It may not be if you use a private well and were affected by Tropical Storm Debby.
Gov. Rick Scott now says Florida will do nothing to comply with President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul and will not expand its Medicaid program. The announcement is a marked changed after the governor recently said he would follow the law if it were upheld by the U.S. Supreme Court.
It’s the last day of school and students are walking out ready to enjoy their summer vacation.
Miami residents will soon see a myriad of white tents take over the streets of Downtown. No, it’s not another Occupy movement; it’s the Downtown Farmers’ Market.