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FDA says people should not take aspirin to prevent heart...

The Food and Drug Administration says people should not take aspirin to prevent a first heart attack because the risks are greater than the benefits.


Signs, causes of Morton's neuroma

Morton's neuroma is often caused by narrow shoes that cause the nerve in our toes to get pinched and swollen.


Treatments more complicated for people with multiple...

A South Florida woman says she lived in anguish for more than a decade before she was diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder, a combination of schizophrenia and bi polar disorder.


Study finds U.S. has shortage of doctors

Cardiologist Ari Soffer explains how a new study about the shortage of doctors in the U.S. directly impacts South Florida.


Even physically fit are at risk for blood clots

Chris Bosh and Serena Williams among top athletes affected


Alzheimer's research reveals new theories on memory loss

Findings could help advance treatments in years to come


New imaging tool could help women prevent breast biopsies

The device, which doesn't use radiation, looks like an ultrasound wand, and uses a combination of laser light and sound waves to generate images of the breast instantly


Study finds women who adopt healthy lifestyle could cut...

A new Swedish study found that adopting five simple lifestyle habits can cut a woman's risk of stroke by more than 50 percent.


Miami Children's Hospital introduces new comprehensive...

The new program is offered through Miami Children's Hospital and its eight outpatient centers in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties.


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