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Group Kicks Off Effort To Expand Mental Health Training For First RespondersThe chaos and carnage at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School last year exposed once again a critical need for first responders — mental health training.
Women's Mental And Physical Health Improves From Hanging Out With Friends, Researchers SayResearchers cited decreased anxiety levels in participants, along with strengthened immune systems and faster illness recovery time.
Florida House Balks At Total Repeal Of Pot Smoking BanFlorida House leaders have rolled out a proposal that would allow patients to smoke medical marijuana, but only after going through what one critic called a “bureaucratic mess of red tape.”
Bed Bugs Fall Off Lawyer's Clothing, Courthouse Forced To CloseAn Oklahoma county courthouse was forced to close Monday afternoon after an attorney brought bed bugs into the building, authorities said.
National Wear Red Day Raises Awareness About Heart Health In WomenYou may have noticed a lot of people wearing red Friday. It is not just one big coincidence. It is to raise awareness for women's heart health and "Go Red for Women" Day.  
Examining The Effects And Benefits Of CBD, The 'Quiet Cousin' Of THCAnyone suffering from any number of ailments, from seizures to aches and pains, from anxiety or stress to insomnia, may have heard of a natural remedy called cannabidiol, or CBD, for short. 
Recall Of Infant Ibuprofen Oral Suspension Drops ExpandedTris Pharma has expanded its voluntary recall of Infants' Ibuprofen Oral Suspension Drops.
Cancer Cure Just One Year Away, Scientists ClaimIsraeli scientists claim they may have finally found the cure for cancer and it will be available within a year.
Judge Rules Against State On Medicaid ContractThe state Agency for Health Care Administration has quickly appealed after a circuit judge ruled that it improperly awarded a Medicaid managed-care contract in Southwest Florida.
Focus On South Florida: February is Heart Awareness MonthCBS4’s Jim Berry is joined by Dr. Yordanka Renya, a board-certified cardiologist, to discuss her 10 commandments to patients to keep heart healthy.
Pastor To Give Up Part Of His Liver To Save Dying Child He's Never Met"We say we follow Jesus as Christians and I don't understand how you couldn't do this," said Noah Schumacher, the pastor at HighMill Church in Plain Township, Ohio.
Company Selling $80 Used Tissues To Fight Colds, Flu Already Sold Out Of StockWould you wipe your nose with a contaminated tissue –on purpose—to give yourself a cold? That’s the basis of a new product that claims to offer a different type of immunity this cold and flu season.