You may have heard that going outside in the winter without a hat on will result in catching a cold, but is that really true? A doctor separates fact from fiction when it comes to what actually causes us to get sick.
Andy and Jessica Herrera, owners of Breadman Miami Bakery in Hialeah, call the Croqueta Cake 'a marvel of engineering.' The cake took pastry chef Maikel Rodriguez a little practice before getting the design just right, but with steady hands and plenty of toothpicks, the cake is a wonder to behold.
Harry and Michelle Coleman have followed in the family tradition by opening a bakery, but theirs is different than Harry's father's traditional Venezuelan bakery on Miami Beach. Empanada Harry's, in West Kendall, is focused solely on making different kinds of empanadas from all over Latin America. Harry and his dad, Philip, demonstrate how a proper Chilean empanada is assembled.
An injured cat was rescued by the Wichita Fire Department on February 8 after it was believed to have been thrown from an overpass into a river partially frozen over from the cold weather. Animal rescue organisation Beauties and Beasts, Inc shared a Facebook Live from the scene as firefighters made their way towards the cat using an inflatable boat. The cat can be heard meowing from its spot on a patch of ice, and when the firefighters bring him back to a waiting team member of Beauties and Beasts, Inc, he told her that the cat’s back legs were broken. The cat was taken to an emergency clinic to receive care.
Male-patterned hair loss has a genetic component. However, some hair loss can be caused by internal disease or medications. Dermatologists use physical examination, biopsies and blood tests to make a hair loss diagnosis.
Chef Massimo Bottura, left, eats a Cuban pastry filled with guayaba during an interview with Miami Herald's Carlos Frias, right, at the 1 Hotel South Beach on Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018. Bottura is an Italian world renowned chef and was featured in the Netflix show Master of None.
Among the more than 120,000 Americans waiting for an organ transplant, thousands are told their likelihood of rejection may be too high to take the risk. However, at Mayo Clinic, some of these highly-sensitized patients are still being given their 2nd chance at life.
More than 60 animals were transported from Puerto Rico to Anne Arundel County, Maryland, on January 20 by Washington-based Lucky Dog Animal Rescue. The rescue team traveled on Southwest Airlines to bring relief supplies to San Juan, Puerto Rico, and also bring back 62 dogs and cats in the hope they would be adopted. Some of the smaller animals were put in special crates for the journey to Maryland, while others were treated with some special cuddles to keep them calm during the flight. One pup even got to experience some time in the cockpit.
Courtney Gessford, 28, of Sacramento, Calif., lived out a dream when she was "showered" with puppies from the Front Street Animal Shelter. Gessford, who has been battling cancer for three years, said she felt like she was “in a dream.” Her family thought this would be a great way to lift her spirits.