Yoga May Be Best Prescription For Lower Back Pain Relief New research finds yoga can be the best prescription for millions of Americans suffering from chronic lower back pain.
Loud Sound May Harm You More Than We ThoughtFor those who have a harder time listening to people in noisy backgrounds, research suggests an explanation for that, even for those who have good scores on hearing tests.
$16M Given To Florida Groups For Cancer ResearchA number of Florida organizations are getting money for cancer research and tobacco-related diseases.
Three Space Station Astronauts Return To EarthAfter almost six months in outer space, three space station astronauts have made it back home to Earth safely.
Study: Good Handwriting Linked To Better Grades Does your child have nice penmanship? Easy to read, neat handwriting may mean better grades in school, according to a Florida International University professor’s research.
Study: Married People Have Fewer Heart Problems Love can sometimes break a heart but marriage seems to do it a lot of good. A study of more than 3.5 million Americans finds that married people are less likely than singles, divorced or widowed folks to suffer any type of heart or blood vessel problem.
Committee Gives Thumbs Up To $1M Medical Marijuana ResearchMembers of Florida's House Appropriations Committee have given the go-ahead to allocating $1 million for medical marijuana research.
Study: Alcohol Can Boost Your Immune SystemThis time of year is often celebrated with a glass of win--or two. While moderation remains key, researchers have found that drinking alcohol may actually boost your immune system.
Researchers Finish First Phase Of Grave Excavations Two skeletons of children have been exhumed in the first phase of excavations at a former reform school with a history of extreme abuse.
Tea Drinking Gaining Popularity Over Coffee Coffee has long been one of the most popular drinks in the US but, experts say, there is a change brewing. A drink steeped in history, tea-sipping seems to be rising in popularity but are South Floridians ready to trade their coffee break for tea time?
State Wants Your Help Spotting Mink, Before They Become CoatsMost of us know where to look for a mink, and we'd start in a high-end department store. But the State of Florida wants us to be on the lookout for the little critters before they become coats, and they need you to help spot them.
Layoffs Sink In For UM Health EmployeesCarlos Saenz maneuvered his motorized wheel chair along the sidewalk outside the UM Medical School Wednesday, having come back to get an item from the desk he will no longer occupy.