The Miami Dolphins will play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Sun Life Stadium Saturday night. The game can be seen exclusively on CBS4 at 7:30 p.m.
Two Tampa Bay Buccaneers players are being treated for methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections and neither the team nor the players know where they contracted the disease, according to a report from FoxSports.com.
It’s World AIDS Day, a day of AIDS awareness, prevention and testing, and that message is especially important in South Florida.
On the eve of “World AIDS Day” there is some sobering news for South Florida.
Bedbugs can be both a nuisance and a pain to travelers and homeowners. But scientists now say the bugs can do a lot more than just leave itchy red welts on your skin.
Doctors in hospitals across South Florida and the rest of the country now have a new test that can quickly show if a staph infection is methicillin-resistant.
Most of us have heard of MRSA. The antibiotic resistant super-bug can eat through patients’ skin but there’s another bug few have heard about that can be just as menacing and it’s causing deadly and preventable infections.