New Dengue Cases Prompt Miami-Dade Health Officials To Issue Mosquito-Borne Illness AlertOn Friday, the Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade confirmed two additional cases of dengue fever in Miami-Dade County, prompting county health officials to issue a mosquito-borne illness alert.
Start Thinking About Your Posture Or You Could Be In A World Of PainA new survey finds many of us are not concerned about poor posture, even though it can have a big impact on the body.
3 Sexually Transmitted Diseases Hit New Highs Again In USInfections from three sexually transmitted diseases have risen nationwide for the fifth consecutive year.
Hepatitis A Cases Top 2,700 This Year In FloridaFlorida had 62 newly reported cases of hepatitis A last week, bringing the total number of cases for the year to 2,738 as of Saturday, a state Department of Health report shows.
Confirmed Case Of Mumps At Pioneer Middle School In Cooper CityThe principal of Pioneer Middle has issued a letter to parents confirming the school has a confirmed case of the Mumps.
FDA Wants More Men Included In Clinical Trials For Breast Cancer DrugsBreast cancer is often thought to be a woman's cancer, but men also get it. Now the Food and Drug Administration is calling for more men to be included in clinical trials for breast cancer drugs.
Florida Medical Board Backs ‘Brazilian Butt Lift’ RulesA medical board on Friday took steps to carry out a new law related to so-called “Brazilian butt lift” procedures, but one top regulator said a growing danger still needs to be addressed: liposuction.
CBS4's Frances Wang Reveals Personal & Painful Skin Condition To Help OthersCBS4 anchor and reporter Frances Wang recently opened up about an extremely personal and painful medical condition about her skin. Here is her letter to CBS4 viewers and readers.
Research Shows Vaping-Related Lung Disease May Be Caused By Chemical ExposureLung damage in those using e-cigarettes might be caused by chemicals in the vape liquid, according to a letter published Wednesday in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Experts At Odds With New Red Meat GuidelinesNew red meat guidelines are raising some eyebrows.
Hepatitis A Outbreak Adds 65 Cases In FloridaFlorida had 65 newly reported hepatitis A cases last week, bringing the total number of cases this year to 2,675 as of Saturday.