ST. PETERSBURG — The University of South Florida St. Petersburg has canceled the upcoming visit of 14 journalists from African countries, citing Ebola-related fears from faculty, students and staff.
The Ebola threat is calling attention to a problem years in the making: cuts to the programs and staff intended to prepare for just such a public health emergency.
TALLAHASSEE — Two days after Florida's gubernatorial debate turned into Fangate, Gov. Rick Scott convened a news conference in Dania Beach to talk about a more serious subject: Ebola.
WASHINGTON — Beneath the calming reassurance that President Barack Obama has repeatedly offered during the Ebola crisis, there is a deepening frustration, even anger, with how the government has handled key elements of the response, according to White House officials.
LARGO — With Ebola in mind, Pinellas County officials took added precautions Thursday after receiving reports of a person with flu-type symptoms.
Pink-clad people will be parading on both sides of Tampa Bay on Saturday as the American Cancer Society's first round of Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walks hits the streets.
Deborah Grassman has made it her life's work to ease veterans' last days on earth. So she immediately knew what might help a man she met two years ago in an Ohio veterans home.
Americans consume too much sodium, according to the health messages we've received over the past decade. Yet supermarkets devote increasing shelf space to gourmet salts. Most consumers have little idea which salt to buy, or why sodium chloride (salt) is essential to their health. Some even look for iodized salt, …
Let's talk about one of the season's most iconic vegetables: canned pumpkin.
Breast cancer awareness and October go together. And both of them go together with the general message I like to get across about weight management: "It's not about weight. It's about health!"