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It's time to give thanks! Hunter shows you how to avoid the over-eating blues, Morgan takes an icy recovery plunge and “Mr. YOU CAN TOO” demonstrates an easy way to amp-...
A new technology called the Urolift System is a minimally invasive approach that utilizes tiny implants to relieve prostate obstruction.
Harvested fat used to heal and repair damaged tissues. Two patients with knee pain find a solution with a new device.
One company is giving non-smoking employees nearly an extra week of time off
Host Hunter Franqui tastes the Impossible French Dip, a vegetarian version of the traditional roast beef classic, then he leads you on a private tour of Miami Beach's lav...
Hunter strolls Little Havana, explores intermittent fasting, finds a cure for “tech-neck” and joins a mixologist to make a few healthy cocktails.
It's sometimes hard to resist, but doctors are warning people to avoid kissing babies due to a virus on the rise that could be dangerous to infants.
A Miami-Dade County resident has become the eleventh person to locally acquire dengue fever this year, the Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County confirmed Tue...
As a mother to two young children, Catalina Florez-Gandia didn't want to take any chances when she was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 37.
Getting up early for morning workouts is harder in the winter, but there are ways to help get in habit.
There is a lot of temptation around the holiday season, but here are ways to navigate around all the treats and still maintain good health.
Have you ever asked yourself, “Should I have had my first mammogram already?”
Mayra Solomon was living a busy and active life when suddenly in 2003, her routine blood work came back abnormal.
A group of breast cancer awareness advocates have recast a nursery rhyme to serve as a reminder that women should take charge of their health.
Katie Herrygers opened the month of October with the following message for her Facebook friends: “(It's) Down Syndrome Awareness Month and I'm here to answer any question...
When Michele Raps was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2002, she immediately underwent chemotherapy, followed by aggressive surgery.
Host, Hunter Franqui, learns about power lifting, what to bring on a healthy hike and Morgan shows you a super-effective workout you can do at home
A Miami-Dade County resident has become the fifth person to locally acquire dengue fever this year, the Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County confirmed Friday...
Debbie and Dave Schopp describe their late son Dylan as the epitome of happiness; so much so his nickname was Sunshine.
In June 2018, April Donelson was set to marry the man of her dreams, Ryan Carrigan. All that changed one Friday night when he went into cardiac arrest at their home.
Health officials are hinting that this flu season could be worse than normal after the first pediatric flu-associated death has been reported earlier than normal.
Learn the health benefits of coffee, how to stretch before your workout and what healthy foods you can make with your kids
Nine days after "perfectly healthy" Gregg McChesney contacted a mosquito-borne virus, he died at the age of 64.
It’s OK to be sad. Everyone feels "off" sometimes, whether that means, sad, angry or frustrated. Those are normal human emotions. But what about if you feel more than sad...
In case you missed it, Selma Blair has been battling symptoms from multiple sclerosis for years, but was finally diagnosed in August 2018 when she visited a doctor for wh...
It's a rare genetic condition that only affects a handful of children across the world. And this week, many of them are gathering in South Florida for a very special symp...
A mosquito-borne illness advisory was issued for Broward County on Friday after a locally-acquired case of dengue was confirmed.
A new study suggests teens who spend more than three hours a day on social media have an increased chance of developing mental health issues.