In April, a group of scientists made a cracker of a claim: They finally figured out why knuckles crack. But any scientific finding requires confirmation, and now other researchers are on the case. A study presented Tuesday at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America takes a deep, deep dive into …
When Shelley Taylor-Donahue started working with HIV and AIDS patients in the late 1980s, there was very little she could do to save lives.
A discovery made in a Tampa laboratory could one day help millions of people regain their vision.
ST. PETERSBURG — All Children's Hospital Johns Hopkins Medicine is moving forward with plans to transform a parking lot into an $85 million research and education building.
People living in Pasco and Hernando counties are more likely to die prematurely than residents of Pinellas and Hillsborough counties, according to a new report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
All the parties and gatherings of the holiday season mean we often find ourselves in need of gifts. Sure, there are bottles of wine and pans of marshmallow-studded fudge, loaves of banana-walnut bread and numerous plates of festively mismatched holiday cookies. But this year, try something new to satisfy your …
I am not restrictive about my diet in any way. I love all kinds of cheese, including the processed kind in jars. I eat Oreos. For breakfast. In the shower.
As Lorrie Lykins recently reported in the Dr. Delay column in the Times, sharrows, those markings of a bicycle with arrows painted on road surfaces, will soon be more common on area roads. Within the next year, they'll be on more than 50 blocks of St. Petersburg streets, including Central Avenue from the bay to …
Wouldn't you like to have the best holiday meals ever this holiday season? I'm not talking about the tastiest turkey recipe or the least caloric dishes. What I am talking about is what everyone really desires: the feeling of thorough satisfaction at the end of the day after a holiday meal get-together.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico — An incurable disease has given Jose Gonzalez Ortiz the health of an old man at age 42, and the collapsing Puerto Rican health system only adds to his pain.