City Of Miami Police Officer Mario Gonzalez Lost Legs In Motorcycle Accident, Now He's Learning To Walk AgainA City of Miami police officer who nearly lost his life in a motorcycle accident earlier this year is making great progress on his road to recovery.
Lauren's List: Drinking Too Much Coffee Has Its Side EffectsCoffee, for many people, is a required function.
4 Your Kids: Safety Tips For Kids Who'll Spend The Summer At HomeThe summer vacation countdown is on. While the focus will be on fun in the sun, safety should be top of mind, too!
Lauren's List: Improving Your Posture Can Improve Your HealthMay is "Correct Your Posture Month".
Local Testing Lab Devoted To Quality Control In The Growing CBD & Hemp IndustryCBS4 has been talking a lot about CBD lately. Finding out what it is, who is taking it and if it actually works.
4 Your Kids: Keeping Your Kids Safe Around WaterThe summer vacation countdown is on. While the focus will be on fun in the sun, safety should be top of mind, too.
Lauren's List: Tips For Making A Child's Trip To The Doctor EasierTaking a child to the doctor's office is rarely a fun experience.
'I Pay It Forward Every Day': Broward Health Nurse, Survivor and Organ Donation AdvocateA South Florida nurse, who has been helping patients in troubled times for many years, is sharing her own journey as a survivor that is simply remarkable.
'Don't Ignore Us, We Are Real!': Women Want Answers From FDA About Breast Implant Illness, Local Doctor May Eliminate Procedure CompletelyBreast implants have long been the bread and butter for plastic surgeons in South Florida, but one local doctor plans to completely eliminate the procedure from his surgical rotation because of implant illness concerns.
St. Thomas University Enters The Future Of Sports With First eSports TeamSt. Thomas University is about to kick off a brand new football program this summer, but that's not the only new 'sport' recruiting players on campus.
Miami Proud: High School Documentary Preserves Holocaust Survivor StoriesOne day there will be no Holocaust survivors left to tell their stories. For the first time, public schools are teaming up with a national non-profit organization to change that narrative.