A Wesley Chapel man was arrested after converting his townhome into a dental practice, according to investigators.
CHICAGO (FOX 32 News) - Yet another study is claiming chocolate is good for you.
Most parents are aware that it has traditionally been considered difficult to get children to eat their vegetables, but a new study has found that some children really aren’t just being stubborn — it could be in their genes.
Doctors across Florida are starting to see an early uptick in flu cases especially among children, according to the CDC and Tampa pediatrics.
At the of 78, Genevieve Zillich is walking steady and keeping her balance. She doesn't take her health for granted after suffering a severe fall a few years ago.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning letter to the parent company of Dollar Tree and Family Dollar for receiving over-the-counter drugs produced by foreign manufacturers found to have “serious violations of federal law,” officials said Thursday.
There's a packed classroom at Florida Gulf Coast University in search of higher education. The students are enrolled in FGCU's Cannabis Professional Certificate Program. It's aimed at people in the medical cannabis industry and the public who want to better understand cannabis and its effects.
In recent decades, scientists have consistently warned that humanity was headed full-speed toward an antibiotic-resistant future. A new report from the CDC says that future is already here.
In an attempt to increase access to health care, a Florida House panel on Wednesday approved a proposal that would authorize pharmacists to test patients for -- and treat -- the flu and strep throat.
James Bamberg served in Vietnam 48 years ago. Today, the East Point, Georgia veteran is facing a new battle. He's been diagnosed with prostate cancer and type 1 diabetes, two conditions the Veterans Administration has linked to the Agent Orange, an herbicide mixture widely used during the Vietnam War.
Walkers, runners and bikers have gained a little extra motivation during their workouts thanks to health and fitness apps. While there are many positives, there can also be drawbacks.
Raising the physical activity levels of adults worldwide by a nominal amount could raise the global economy by as much as $446 billion USD by 2050, according to a new analysis from RAND Europe.
Tessa Bruner is the only child in Florida suffering from CLN2, also known as Batten Disease. It's an extremely rare nervous system disorder that comes with a life expectancy of just eight to 10 years.
The contestant didn't know the Final Jeopardy! answer, so he used the moment to share words of encouragement for the longtime host who is battling pancreatic cancer.
At the 40 Carrots Family Center in Sarasota, moms are learning how to bond with their babies through play.
Doctors at a Detroit hospital have performed what could be the first double lung transplant on a man whose lungs were damaged from vaping.
Detectives in New York thought they confiscated more than 100 pounds of marijuana, but the dispensary worker arrested for having it says it was actually legal hemp, not illegal marijuana.
The Tampa Bay area has been hit especially hard by hepatitis A cases this year.
A gene and cell therapy company says they may have a potential cure for HIV and AIDS.
A new survey has found that turning to Google for health issues may be doing some patients more harm than good, with two in five respondents found to have falsely convinced themselves they had a serious disease after browsing the web.