Black Men Are 3 Times More Likely To Die From Prostate CancerResearchers at New York University say Black men could benefit the most from advanced screenings.
Scientists Working On Robot That Can Detect All Kinds Of Emotions In Hopes Of Helping Patients With Mental Health DisordersScientists are working to create a robot that can detect all kinds of emotions. They say the benefits could help patients with a range of mental health disorders.
'It Could Save A Lot Of Money': Gov. DeSantis Asks Feds To Approve Canadian Rx Drug Importation ProgramFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis is pushing the Biden Administration to allow Floridians to buy cheaper FDA-approved prescription drugs from Canada.
It's Don't Fry Day: Here Are Sun Safety Tips To Prevent Skin CancerThe Friday before Memorial Day is designated as Don't Fry Day. The goal is to raise awareness about sun safety, because skin cancer is the most common cancer in the U.S. and cases are increasing, according to the American Cancer Society.
Study: Breast Cancer Patients Treated With Chemo Didn’t Have Increased Risk For COVID InfectionNew research is reassuring for breast cancer patients receiving chemotherapy during the pandemic. There have been concerns that treatments like chemo could make patients more vulnerable to the coronavirus.
'Zoom Fatigue': Spending Hours On Video Calls For Work Leading Many Into Virtual FunkIf spending hours on video calls for work has you feeling a bit tired, you're not alone. In fact, researchers have coined the term "Zoom fatigue." It's more than just exhaustion, and there are ways to help you get out of that virtual funk.
New Study On Parenting Behaviors During Pandemic Among Top Health Stories This WeekFrom looking at parenting behaviors during the pandemic to a dangerous complication of type-2 diabetes for women, here are this week’s top health stories.
Health Experts Bracing For Grief Pandemic As Families Lose Loved Ones To COVIDAs coronavirus deaths rise in the U.S. and so many families lose loved ones, mental health experts are bracing for a grief pandemic.
‘Hear Her’ Campaign Hopes To Encourage Mothers To Recognize Signs Of Complications During & After PregnancyTens of thousands of moms suffer from life-threatening complications related to pregnancy and childbirth every year.
Meditation Apps See Spike In Usage As Americans Look To Cope With Stress Of Election & PandemicA new study finds more than half of Americans expect Election Day to be the most tense day of their lives, with younger people experiencing the most stress.
New Minimally-Invasive Surgery Helping Scoliosis Patients Get Back On Their Feet QuicklyA new minimally-invasive surgery is helping patients with scoliosis get back on their feet in half the time as traditional treatment.
Study: Twist On Traditional Mediterranean Diet May Be Ideal For Cardiovascular HealthFor decades, researchers have studied what diet is best for good health. New findings show a twist on the traditional Mediterranean diet may be ideal for cardiovascular health.
Health Concerns During Stressful 2020 Has Actually Led To Over A Million People Giving Up SmokingIt's safe to say 2020 has been a stressful year for several reasons. So it may surprise you that more than a million people in Britain found it the perfect time to quit smoking.
Children's Health Insurance Affected By COVID-19 In FloridaThe economic upheaval that has left hundreds of thousands of Floridians without jobs might also upend health insurance for children in working families.
Coronavirus At-A-Glance: South Florida Newly Reported COVID-19 Cases Decline Slightly As State Sets New Death Record With 257Here are the latest numbers and information you need to know at-a-glance as of 11 a.m. on July 31, 2020.