2 New Studies Raising More Concerns About Potential Harms Of E-CigarettesTwo new studies are raising more concerns about the vaping epidemic and the potential harms of e-cigarettes.
Federal Pot Law Key In Florida License FightPointing to a federal law that makes marijuana illegal, a U.S. district judge has tossed out a lawsuit filed by a Tampa firm that argues Florida health officials violated its due-process rights in a long-running dispute about a medical-marijuana license.
Officials: Vaccination Efforts Slow Spread Of Hepatitis A In FloridaFlorida’s surgeon general is cautiously optimistic that education and vaccination efforts during the past few months are working to contain the spread of hepatitis A, which caused the declaration of a public-health emergency in August.
Foods May Soon Come With Activity Labels In New Push To Cut Down On ObesityYour favorite foods may soon come with activity labels in a new push to cut down on obesity.
Americans Weigh More This Decade, But Fewer Adults Want To Lose WeightAmericans weigh more this decade than they did last decade, but fewer adults say they want to lose weight.
Doctors Warn Against At-Home Botox InjectionsAs people continue to search for the "Fountain of Youth," medical procedures designed to refresh and rejuvenate your face are gaining even more popularity.
CBS4's Frances Wang Brings Awareness To Skin Condition In Order To Help OthersIt’s not often television news anchors become the story, but after developing a skin condition called perioral dermatitis earlier this year and hiding it for months, CBS4’s Frances Wang decided to share what was happening on social media hoping to spread awareness.
Salad Product Recall Over E. coli Bacteria Impacts Florida, 21 Other StatesThousands of pounds of salad products are being recalled in Florida and 21 other states due to a possible E. coli contamination.
Miami Beach Teen Says Vaping Landed Him In The Hospital With Collapsed LungThe number of e-cigarette and vaping-related lung injuries continues to climb with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reporting 2,172 cases so far in 49 states, including Florida.
Hepatitis A Cases Continue Climbing In FloridaFlorida had 51 hepatitis A cases reported last week, bringing the total number of cases this year to 3,079, as of Saturday.
Florida Patients Drawn To Smokable Medical MarijuanaMore than 1.82 million ounces of smokable medical marijuana were ordered for 128,040 patients over a six-month period, a new state report shows.