For 15 years Kristen Whitaker endured constant stomach pains. And then her doctor suggested she take an at-home genetics test.
Most of the time, polls simply reflect the horserace between two selected candidates. But the folks at Public Policy Polling decided to have some fun and do a poll about the conspiracy theories that exist today and the results were…enlightening.
Another three cases of fungal meningitis stemming from a tainted lot of methylprednisolone acetate (steroids) have been confirmed by the Florida Department of Health.
Miami-Dade County Health Department officials confirmed Thursday that a Miami-Dade resident has contracted Dengue Fever.
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.
If you’re one of the millions of baby boomers born between 1945 and 1965, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention believes you should get a blood test to see if you are infected with Hepatitis C.
All dog adoptions at Miami-Dade County Animal Services have been suspended following an outbreak of Canine Distemper.
South Florida resident Dab Garner was one of the first American people to be diagnosed with HIV in 1982. He and dozens of other HIV-positive Floridians will get to tell their story beginning this week when the Florida Department of Health launches a statewide project to humanize the effects of HIV and AIDS.
Miami-Dade County’s Animal Services confirmed 18 cases of Canine Distemper among its shelter population. The dogs were euthanized Saturday.
In Wilton Manors, the 30th anniversary of the discovery of the AIDS virus was marked by hundreds of people walking the streets, carrying candles and quilts in honor of those who died from AIDS and those who live with the disease, a memorial marking World AIDS day.