Florida Adds 63 Hepatitis A Cases In OutbreakThe state had 63 cases of hepatitis A reported during the last week of May, bringing the total number of infections this year to 1,373.
Florida Hepatitis A Outbreak Continues to GrowThe number of cases of hepatitis A in Florida has continued to steadily increase.
Floridians, Visitors Urged to Get Vaccinated Against MeaslesThe Florida Department of Health is urging state residents and visitors who have not been immunized to get vaccinated.
Measles Case Reported In Broward CountyA South Florida newspaper is reporting a measles case in Broward County.
Cleveland Clinic Surgeons Offer Alternatives To Opioids To Treat Post-Op PainTrying to find a way out of the ongoing opioid crisis, surgeons at the Cleveland Clinic in Weston are educating patients and giving them alternatives for healing.
Need A Doctor? Now, It's As Simple As Downloading An AppWe're still in the midst of flu season and when you feel miserable, getting out of bed to go to the doctor is the last thing you really want to do. But, you no longer really have to leave the house. It’s what one doctor calls the wave of the future.
155 Cases Of Polio-Like Illness Now Under Investigation, CDC SaysThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Monday that there are 155 patients under investigation this year for acute flaccid myelitis, a condition that that can cause paralysis and mostly affects children.
Toxic Algae And Your Health: 'Red Tide' & 'Green Slime'It can lead to symptoms such as numbness, tingling, loss of coordination, vomiting and diarrhea, according to the CDC. Symptoms typically disappear within a few days, but they can last much longer.
CDC: Less Than 25% Of US Adults Get Enough Exercise Have you exercised this week? Chances are, if you are an adult living in the US, you are not getting enough exercise.