The next time you need a medication, a doctor may not be the one prescribing it.
At one time or another most people have turned to Google to self-diagnose an illness or injury. A new website is taking that idea even further now where teams of strangers can work together to diagnose people they have never met before.
In an issue that could spur a health-care industry fight, a House select committee Monday will take up a 155-page bill that would give nurse practitioners independence to provide medical services without physician supervision.
Hundreds of cancer survivors and patients are cycling through Miami Saturday to raise money for rare cancer research.
A constitutional amendment for medical marijuana in the Sunshine State will make the 2014 ballot.
Feeling sick? Many people turn to the Web to diagnose themselves, but that can be dangerous. Now doctors are coming up with an online remedy.
A three-year-old boy who survived a five-organ transplant earlier this year at Jackson Memorial Hospital will meet the media Tuesday along with his doctors and his family.
The Attorney General Pam Bondi’s office is arguing that a proposed constitutional amendment allowing marijuana for medical reasons would go beyond what voters would be led to believe.
Haitian President Michel Martelly is in Miami where he planned to get a “complete medical checkup.”
Is your Smart Phone going to replace your doctor soon? A barrage of new Medical Apps gives new meaning to “house calls,” reports CBS4′s Cynthia Demos.