When her husband, Charles, showed signs of heart trouble in January, Donna Baker didn't hesitate to drive him to the emergency department at nearby Mease Countryside Hospital.
TAMPA — The chief executive officers at Tampa General Hospital and the University of South Florida's medical school are giving each other leadership roles in their operations, another move intended to cement what has sometimes been a testy relationship between the two institutions.
Edgar Irastorza was just 31 when his heart stopped beating in October 2008.
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What if it turns out that how we eat is just as essential to our health as what we eat?
Pity the chia seed. For so long, this nutritional powerhouse was relegated to late-night television commercials hawking sprouting cat-shaped clay planters.
If there was one simple thing you could do to improve your family's health, boost your kids' grades and fend off teen substance abuse, pregnancy and eating disorders, would you do it?
Just last month, the federal government proposed a "standard of identity'' for honey. Yes, you read that correctly.
NEW YORK — Kale has crept out of salad bowls and juicers and into beauty products from niche and mainstream sellers.
Artificial sweeteners may disrupt the body's ability to regulate blood sugar, causing metabolic changes that can be a precursor to diabetes, researchers report.