Healthwatch: Cutting Calories Can Have Big Benefits For Heart HealthNew research shows even if you’re not overweight, cutting just a few hundred calories from your diet may help lower your risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Florida Lawmakers Taking Steps To Stop Spread Of Hepatitis AThe Hepatitis A outbreak in the state continues to grow and so do the concerns.
Flesh-Eating Bacteria Causing Concerns In Several States, Including FloridaFlorida has had its scares with "flesh-eating bacteria" over the past few weeks and as millions of Americans head to the coast this holiday week, there are new concerns about the rare and potentially deadly bacteria found in warm waters.
Florida Department of Health Says It Is Working With CDC On Hepatitis AThe Florida Department of Health is working with the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to address a hepatitis A outbreak and hopes the “partnership” will help expand vaccinations, state officials said Wednesday.
Florida Hepatitis A Cases Continue ClimbingAnother 90 cases of hepatitis A were reported to the Florida Department of Health during the final week of June, bringing the number of cases this year to more than 1,700, figures posted on the department website show.
Study: Drinking Coffee Could Help You Drop A Few PoundsAnother possible health benefit for coffee lovers. New research suggests coffee could help with weight loss.
High Levels Of Arsenic Found In Two Bottled Water BrandsA new study found high levels of arsenic in bottled water sold in stores like Whole Foods and Target.
Gov. Ron DeSantis Signs Changes To 'Direct Primary Care'Governor Ron DeSantis has signed a bill to expand a 2018 law that created “direct primary care” agreements between doctors and patients.
Case Of Mumps Reported At FIUA single case of the mumps has been reported at Florida International University.
Health Care ‘Shared Savings’ Off To Slow StartIf people are willing to shop for cars and homes to save money, they’d be willing to shop around for their health care, right?
CDC Announces New HIV Initiative In MiamiAt ground zero for new HIV infections, Miami-Dade County is about to become the beginning of a new collaboration.