When fall rolls around and it's back to school and work, wouldn't you love to start your day with something tastier and more substantial than a bowl of cold cereal?
Dr. Dornechia Carter, a Dallas area dermatologist, says she has had patients try several unusual methods in their quest to be all-natural. • "People can be very inventive with what they put on their face," she says. "I've been surprised at what people have tried." • The problem is, just because a skin-care …
Walk into the produce section of any supermarket from June to August and bright red cherries greet you. On a recent visit, three people were discussing how sweet cherries were going to cure their arthritis and joint pains. Such was the announcement on a recent news program citing a poorly designed USDA research study …
TAMPA — About a dozen researchers are splitting fibers in pursuit of a cure for cancer in a third floor research lab on the edge of the University of South Florida campus.
More than 981,000 Floridians will get an average refund of $65 from their health insurers this summer because of the Affordable Care Act, federal officials announced today.
The leader of the federal bioterrorism lab in which careless procedures might have exposed dozens of workers to live anthrax has resigned, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced Wednesday.
CUTLER, Calif. — A Central California company has issued a voluntary nationwide recall of specific lots of its fresh peaches, plums, nectarines and pluots over concerns of possible listeria contamination.
About 931,000 Floridians could lose $4.8 billion in subsidies to buy health insurance if a federal appeals court decision Tuesday striking down a major part of President Barack Obama's signature health care law is upheld.
TALLAHASSEE — Florida's trauma drama could be almost finished.
Like a lot of teen girls, Faith Brown has read The Fault in Our Stars, the popular novel about two teens who fall in love at a cancer support group.