The Truth Initiative — the non-profit anti-tobacco organization — released a study that compared seven popular Netflix shows to seven popular broadcast shows. In this sample it found Netflix’s shows featured characters smoking almost three times as often as those produced by broadcast networks like NBC, ABC and CBS.
Antioxidants have become a buzzword for improving your overall health and wellness, but did you know that these powerful little molecules are also important if you want beautiful, healthy-looking skin?
While parents may have the best intentions in wanting to provide that relief, it is best to NOT reach for the cough or cold syrup. Over-the-counter cold/cough medicines have more risks than benefits for children.
Kendall Regional Medical Center is treating 10 Level 1 trauma patients, two of whom in critical condition, after Florida International University’s 950-ton bridge collapsed Thursday afternoon. Gov. Rick Scott visited the patients at the hospital Thursday evening.
Delma Pineda traveled from California to Miami to undergo breast augmentation, tummy tuck and liposuction procedures at the CG Cosmetic Surgery Center. She died a day after the operation at the cosmetic surgery clinic.
Anthony Borges underwent emergency abdominal surgery last week after his condition deteriorated following the shootings at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, when he was shot five times. On Tuesday, his condition was upgraded from critical to fair.
Q. Dr. Selesnick, I was playing basketball and got kneed in the front on my thigh last week. It really hurt and I had to stop playing. That night my thigh swelled and my thigh and knee got stiff. I rested it but it still hurts and I walk with a limp. I thought it was just a bruise but now I am startling to worry. Will my leg go back to normal soon or should I see a doctor?
What are you doing for National Napping Day? Taking a doze, we hope. Monday has been unofficially marked as a day dedicated to resting and it comes at a good time, a day after we changed the clocks to start Daylight Saving Time again.
This doctor from the Cleveland Clinic explains why it's okay for kids to be bored from time to time. Unplugging from technology encourages children to use their imaginations and better their social skills.