Miami Children’s Hospital
Monday was an extra-special Spring Break day—ahead of a fun-filled week—for several kids who are often limited because of their special medical needs.
The Miami Children’s Hospital is getting a new look and a new name—with some star power behind it.
Do you love pancakes, slathered in butter and drenched with syrup? If you can afford the calories, you can definitely afford the price because Tuesday, March 3rd is National Pancake Day when a major national pancake chain wants to feed you flapjacks for free and it’s all for a great cause.
Even though Valentine’s Day is over, Miami Children’s Hospital still had a heart party on Monday. For the 20th year, former patients went back to the hospital to thank their doctors.
Miami Children’s Hospital will be no more this Spring. In name only that is.
A 4-year-old, born with a rare congenital heart disease, has a better chance at a normal life thanks to doctors, and a 3D model printed of her heart.
Mike Fernandez likes to show off his home. Not his multi-million dollar waterfront mansion in Coral Gables. He’d rather talk about the small home where he grew up in Cuba.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has warned that this year’s flu season has hit early and hit hard. Their data also shows that Florida is one of 29 states with the highest level of flu activity.
Last February, CBS4’s Vanessa Borge visited Miami Children’s Hospital for a Fit Friday special featuring a weight-loss program, called Lose to Win, offered to employees.
A Coral Gables doctor faces sex abuse charges in North Carolina.