'Really A Reckless Decision': Gov. DeSantis On FDA's Decision To Revoke Emergency Use Of Certain Mononclonal Antibody TreatmentsFlorida is shutting down monoclonal antibody treatment sites.
International Health Officials Investigating ‘Stealth Omicron’The World Health Organization has reported cases of BA.2 in at least 40 countries, including the United States.
Doctors Working To Get Out Word On How Americans Can Protect Themselves Against DiabetesThe most recent statistics from the CDC show 88 million Americans with prediabetes, which means higher than normal blood sugar levels.
CDC: COVID Booster Shots Give Best Protection Against Omicron VariantGetting a booster shot provides the best protection against the Omicron variant, according to three large studies from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
South Florida Healthcare System Facing Challenges With Rising Omicron CasesThe Omicron variant, which is more contagious and spreads rapidly, is causing concern for the healthcare system and hospitals.
Shortage Of Mental Health Professionals Making It Difficult For Parents To Book Appointments For Their KidsIf not an emergency, it could take anywhere from one to four months for a child to see a counselor, therapist or social worker, depending on what type of care they need.
Free Rapid At-Home COVID-19 Tests Can Now Be Ordered OnlineFor those looking for the sometimes hard-to-find at-home COVID-19 tests, you'll soon be able to order them online and have them delivered to your home.
Moderna Working On Single Shot That Covers Both COVID & Flu The pharmaceutical company's CEO said the company is combining a flu shot and COVID booster into a single injection.
Florida Hospitals Top 11,500 COVID-19 PatientsThe number of people with COVID-19 in Florida's hospitals jumped to more than 11,500 during the past week.
Obamacare Open Enrollment Ends Saturday In Florida And Other StatesThose interested in Affordable Care Act coverage for 2022 have until the end of Saturday to sign up in Florida and most other states as well.
Cruise Advocates Not Happy With CDC's Color-Coded COVID Chart For ShipsTo take a cruise or not to take a cruise, plenty of people are booking trips while others are still undecided.
Holy Cross Health To Close Maternity Ward, Cites Declining Birth RatesHoly Cross Health in Fort Lauderdale will permanently close its maternity unit in March.
Health Insurers Will Cover Cost Of At-Home COVID-19 Tests Beginning SaturdayFor people with private health insurance, beginning this weekend there will be no out-of-pocket expense for take-home COVID-19 tests.
Concerns From Health Experts Over State's New COVID-19 Testing GuidanceDespite new guidance from the state which discourages some people from getting tested for COVID-19, the demand remains high as just last week the state saw more than 397,000 new cases.
'Flurona': Surging Cases Of COVID & Flu Could Lead To TwindemicHealth officials are concerned about a possible twindemic because of surging cases of both the flu and COVID-19.