Health Care

Shortage of drug used to treat kids’ infections frustrates parents

MoneyWatch By Megan Cerullo Updated on: August 25, 2023 / 6:21 PM / MoneyWatch Amoxicillin shortage as child RSV cases surge Pharmacies across the U.S. are contending with an industrywide

Why you sweat, and why that’s a good thing

Sunday Morning By Faith Salie August 27, 2023 / 10:12 AM / CBS News The science of sweat We’ve all felt it: At first comes the trickle, and then the

The science of sweat

Humans are rare among animals in that we possess sweat glands all over our bodies, which can produce moisture, and even embarrassment. But what exactly does excreting water through our

Pharmacy Landscape Altered: CVS and Walgreens Deal with Southeastern Grocers

In a recent move that has sent shockwaves through the grocery and pharmacy industries, Southeastern Grocers has made strategic decisions to reshape its business landscape. The Jacksonville-based conglomerate, known for

Florida’s Health Challenges: COVID Resurgence, Malaria Outbreak, and Leprosy Concerns

Florida is experiencing a resurgence of COVID-19 cases, reminiscent of the spike seen during the winter holidays. The increase in the number of cases began shortly after the Fourth of

Breaking Barriers: Two Black Farmers Secure Medical Marijuana Licenses in Florida

In a groundbreaking move, two Black farmers have achieved a significant milestone by receiving licenses to grow, process, and sell medical marijuana in Florida. The licenses were issued by the

Tampa General Hospital Expands its Reach with Acquisition of Three Bravera Health Hospitals

In a strategic move to bolster its presence in the healthcare landscape, Tampa General Hospital has recently announced its agreement to purchase three Bravera Health hospitals located north of Tampa

Moffitt Cancer Center Reaches Milestone with Opening of New State-of-the-Art Hospital

Moffitt Cancer Center, a renowned healthcare network focused on cancer treatment and research, is all set to achieve a significant milestone with the opening of its second inpatient hospital on

New Study Finds “Forever Chemicals” Contaminating Drinking Water in the US

A recent study conducted by the US Geological Survey (USGS) reveals that approximately 45% of tap water samples in the United States contain “forever chemicals” known as PFAS (per- and

Compass: Hennepin Healthcare’s Innovative Program to Combat Healthcare Disparities

Hennepin Healthcare in Minneapolis is taking a proactive approach to address racism within its institution and the broader healthcare system. In an atypical move, the hospital has implemented an intensive