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Alzheimer's may take as many lives as heart disease or cancer, far surpassing current estimates that list the disease as the sixth-leading cause of death in the U.S., according to new research.
Exciting research suggests that a shot every one to three months may someday give an alternative to the daily pills that some people take now to cut their risk of getting HIV.
WHO's expert panel says dropping sugar intake to that level will combat obesity and cavities.
One in three people who are between the ages of 50 and 75 are not up to date on getting screened, but a new Bay area study aims to change that.
It was the 50th time that Republicans have forced a vote to repeal, gut or change the law championed by President Barack Obama.
The Civil Justice Subcommittee approved the bill (HB 569) by a vote of 10-3 during a hearing Wednesday.
A strain of low-THC marijuana would be legal in Florida for medical use under a bill that passed its first committee.
Eating a diet heavy on meat and cheese may be as harmful to you as smoking a cigarette, researchers claim.
As climate change leads to rapidly melting permafrost in the Russian tundra, a recent find has scientists worried that trouble may be lurking below. A 30,000 year old virus of unprecedented size has been found and reactivated.
By treating pets with new drugs and vaccines, doctors can use the information to design more effective treatments for humans.
Inappropriate use of antibiotics endangers patients' health.
New data confirms that those on Medicaid and Medicare have more illnesses than people who are uninsured.
There may be new hope in the fight against Type 2 diabetes.
The American Epilepsy Society issued its statement on Monday.
Researchers found that several popular 'white noise' sound machines for infants might be too loud even for adults, let alone babies.
Many grocery stores around the U.S. are rolling out a new grocery cart that caters to disabled children.
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Florida high schoolers are getting healthier.
Breads, pastries and even your favorite pastas- it turns out many contain a chemical called Azodicarbonamide, or ADA for short.
Hillsborough Sheriff's detectives are asking for the public's help locating a missing 11-year-old boy that is believed to have been taken by his mother.
Tampa Police are investigating a case where a entire family ended up in the hospital after eating contaminated meat.
After a lengthy battle, a Tampa immigrant will not be able to practice law in Florida.
A pregnant mother was talking about demons but seemed lucid to police who were asked to check on her just hours before she drove a minivan into the Atlantic Ocean with her three children trapped inside the vehicle, authorities said Wednesday.
A malfunction with the filtering equipment drained the tank destroying more than $5,000 in electronics and fish.
Officials say she told her kids she was taking them 'to a better place.'
A community college says it's the pride of their automotive technology program: a rare Dodge Viper donated to their school worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.
A Tampa man is behind bars after neighbors say they saw him having sex with a dog in his yard.
MacDill Air Force Base isn't only getting ready for fun with the return of AirFest, they're also practicing for the rare chance something may go wrong.
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