Mosquito-Borne Disease Alert Lifted In Dade CountyThe Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County on Friday announced an end to the dengue fever alert.
South Florida Hospital Unveils Ebola-Zapping RobotA South Florida hospital unveiled its newest Ebola-zapping technology on Tuesday.
CPR Day Miami Gives Free Training To Miami ResidentsCPR Day Miami is this Saturday, and several locations will be hosting free CPR training.
Breastfeeding Moms Protest Aventura Mall Breastfeeding moms could be seen in Aventura Mall showing support for nursing in public on Thursday.
DIY Skin Solutions From Your Pantry Or Medicine CabinetDid you know you can treat tons of skin problems with things you can find right inside your own home?
Center Calling For Type"O" Blood Due To ShortageA local blood center is calling on people who have "O" negative blood coursing through their veins due to low supply of the blood type.
Boy In Need Of Heart Transplant Asks For FIFA Panini StickersA young soccer fan in need of a heart transplant asked the public for a little love and support in the form of stickers.
Gov. Scott Signs Late Term Abortion Bill Florida Governor Rick Scott signed a bill Friday that would make abortions illegal at any point in a woman's pregnancy if her doctor determines that the fetus could survive outside the womb.
Miami Teens Battling Illnesses Experience Prom At HospitalProfessional stylists offered makeovers at the Mad Hatter-themed event Saturday at Miami Children's Hospital. Reality star and chef Adrianne Calvo was scheduled to cater, Miami Marlins' DJ Vertigo to spin the tunes.
Do You Know How To Spot Heat Related Illnesses? South Florida weather is great, most of the time, but our heat and humidity can get the best of almost anyone. When the mercury goes above 90 it combines with our high humidity to create potentially dangerous conditions.
Rubio Demands VA Changes, Reacts To Miami WhistleblowerFlorida Senator Marco Rubio said recent allegations made by a whistle blower inside the Miami VA are both disturbing but sadly typical of the VA’s problems across the country.
Florida MERS Patient Released From HospitalOfficials in Orlando released an update on the first patient in Florida to contract Middle East Respiratory Syndrome.