Amazon, JPMorgan, Berkshire Want To Tackle Healthcare CostsAmazon, JPMorgan and Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway say they are entering the healthcare sector to battle skyrocketing costs.
Burn Thanksgiving Calories With Free AvMed Rides On Nov. 25AvMed Rides powered by Broward B-cycle is offering free 60-minute bike rentals in Broward County on Nov. 25
Let’s Get Wellfluent: Taking A Pulse On High Blood Pressure MythsSeparating the truth vs the myths about high blood pressure and how it can affect you. Get the facts and know the truth.
Bipartisan Deal Could Extend Healthcare SubsidiesPresident Donald Trump has expressed initial support for a bi-partisan plan for healthcare which keeps several Affordable Care Act subsidies, even though he used his executive powers to strike them down last week.
Trump Cutting Obamacare Insurance SubsidiesPresident Donald Trump has taken another step to rollback Obamacare.
Let's Get Wellfluent: Changing And Saving Lives With A Healing Ceramics ActivityJoin us for a free and relaxing ceramics activity. This event is open to all ages. Just bring your creativity and an open heart.
Let's Get Wellfluent With Fun, Fall ActivitiesAvMed's curated selection of fun, fall activities for the family.
Let's Get Wellfluent: Go Fresh In September!AvMed's curated selection of the best farmer's markets, food festivals and restaurant deals in South Florida.
Focus On South Florida: South Florida’s Doctor ShortageAccording to the Association of Medical Colleges, within the next decade, there could be a nationwide shortage of as many as 10-thousand physicians.
The Fine Line Between Use and AbuseMinimize risk of opioid abuse with this simple prescription.
GOP Senator Suggests Brain Tumor Affected McCain VoteWisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson thinks fellow Republican Sen. John McCain's brain tumor and the after-midnight timing of the vote were factors in McCain's decisive vote against the GOP health care bill.
White House Aide, Fox News' Hannity Criticize Senate GOP LeaderA Fox News host and a top White House aide lashed out at Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Wednesday for saying people think Congress hasn't done anything this year partly because President Donald Trump is inexperienced and had "excessive expectations" about how quickly lawmakers could act.