Have you cleaned out your medicine cabinet lately? If you live in Broward County, today is the day to turn in unused or expired prescription medication—you can even get some cash.
The Eastern practice of acupuncture has long been used in the west to treat body pains such as arthritis, headaches, and joint problems. Now, a modern technique added to the traditional approach is producing electrifying results.
Thanks to a new federal law, uninsured Floridians will be able to purchase medical insurance online in a few months.
A narcolepsy drug, dubbed the “Viagra for the brain”, is being used by some people to increase their brain function.
While some residents might have missed out on spring cleaning, the Broward Sheriff’s Office gave residents a second chance on Saturday with Operation Medicine Cabinet.
More than 180 senior medical students at the University Of Miami Miller School Of Medicine came face-to-face with their future on Friday.
A battle between two powerhouse federal agencies has caused a shortage of medicine for people with ADD and ADHD.
A local man was killed after being admitted to the hospital for stomach pains, when his nurse accidentally administered a drug used for lethal injections, instead of the over-the-counter antacid he was prescribed.
A program to help Florida kids who are poor, but not poor enough for Medicaid, is not growing despite a poor economy that’s leaving parents without extra money or, in some cases, jobs and health insurance for their families.
A Hialeah women has been charged with preying on the elderly, allegedly ripping off at least half a dozen people by claiming to have life saving drugs for them that turned out to be very expensive vitamins.