University of Miami Miller School of Medicine
This week on Talking Baby, CBS4 Morning Anchor, Rhiannon Ally, takes a look at holiday foods pregnant women should avoid to keep mom and baby healthy.
Next Tuesday millions of uninsured Americans will have access to health insurance. With the start of the new year, having health insurance will be mandatory under the Affordable Care Act.
It’s that time of year again when firefighters hit the streets, with boots in hand, all in the name of raising money for the neuromuscular disease, Muscular Dystrophy.
The University of Miami has denied failing to fully inform parents of dangers associated with research using their prematurely born children. The denial comes after federal regulators blasted a research program dealing with “preemie” babies.
For many women, diet pills and treadmills are the tools to achieve their ideal body but some women are now using barbells and push-ups to get the body of their dreams.
Miami’s Jungle Island threw a very special birthday party Sunday for two of their most beloved residents.
For many parents, one of the happiest moments is the first time they see their baby. But for Monica Viveros, she remembers her world being turned upside down.
In less than a year 18-year-old Darius Redd went from being a 260 pound high school football and basketball player, the picture of health, to a 100-pound-lighter teen who relied on a cane to walk. His heart had failed him, but Monday, that failure turned to hope.
More than 180 senior medical students at the University Of Miami Miller School Of Medicine came face-to-face with their future on Friday.
When it comes to excellence in ophthalmology, the Bascom Palmer Rye Institute at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine is clearly a winner.