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Actor Michael Douglas arrives at the 2012 Vanity Fair Oscar Party hosted by Graydon Carter at Sunset Tower on February 26, 2012 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)

Douglas Brings New Awareness To Oral Sex & Throat Cancer

Actor Michael Douglas’ publicist is backing away from a report about what caused the actor’s throat cancer.

CBS Miami–06/03/2013

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Health Care Charges Show High Prices Across South Florida

As President Barack Obama’s Affordable Care Act begins to take effect, the costs of health care are finally being revealed to customers. The numbers show wildly different charges for similar procedures across the country and no real explanation of why the prices vary so much.

CBS Miami–05/20/2013

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I-Team: Out of Stock – Prescription for Death?

An unimaginable crisis is happening right here in America. As Chief I-Team Investigator Michele Gillen discovered, a shocking shortage of drugs, needed for everything from preventing cancer to fighting blindness, is putting lives in peril.


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Secrets To A Better Night’s Sleep

If you’re always tired, sleepy and simply can’t seem to get enough rest, you’re not alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control, insufficient sleep is a growing public health epidemic which affects the nation’s work performance, productivity and health.



Car In Canal Shuts Down U.S. 27

A portion of U.S. 27 was is shut down while the Broward Sheriff’s Office investigates a traffic accident that sent a car full of people into a canal Monday evening.


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Shopping Smarter For A Healthier Heart

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in America for both men and women. With February being designated as American Heart Month, there are things you can do at the supermarket to make sure you’re shopping smarter for a healthy heart.


Doctors are now using 3D technology in the operating room, and it's proving to be a big benefit for patients.

Doctors Use 3D Technology For Surgery

In recent years more movies have been produced in 3D. Now 3D technology is being used in the operating room.



Diabetics Turning To Weight Loss Surgery For Help

26-million Americans have diabetes in the United States and about 90-percent have type two diabetes. The condition costs more than 174-billion dollars a year and the problem is only expected to get worse. However, there are some effective treatments.



Hallandale Beach Man’s Medical Mystery Gets Solved

Hallandale Beach resident Nicolas Gonazalez went from being a seemingly healthy young man to not being able to walk, chew, or even speak. He was living a medical mystery that was so debilitating he was ready to give up.



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