Major League Soccer is looking to take the lead with the best protocol for handling concussions, and the league did just that In Fort Lauderdale.
Americans are struggling with healthcare these days, whether it’s not having health insurance, a scary diagnosis or looking for a specialist. CBS4′s Cynthia Demos reports that more and more options are popping up online to help connect physicians to patients… even those who’ve never met before.
Courts, lawmakers, and Governor Rick Scott are all arguing about the right of Florida physicians to ask patients about access to guns. CBS4 Investigates a tragic case where one widow believes a simple question could have saved her husband’s life.
In an economy where businesses are cutting back everywhere and anywhere possible, one of South Florida’s largest employers is doing quite the opposite.
A trip to the pediatrician happens quite frequently for parents to help the kids deal with colds and shots; but a local program is helping match pediatricians with a reading curriculum to help kids get a jump start on literacy.
United States District Judge Marcia Cooke has blocked the enforcement of a new Florida law that was championed by the National Rifle Association.
Couples who struggle with infertility will do anything to figure out the problem, and the testing usually starts with the woman.
Florida Medical Association officials voted in a closed door session last weekend to take a position in opposition to the state’s proposed Medicaid overhaul.
The way your doctor stores your files could be a thing of the past.
Florida law enforcement wasted no time in enforcing a new law that forbids doctors and clinics from selling narcotic medications. Tuesday, officials in Broward County went to multiple clinics to shut down the pill mills.