Doctors Rule Menstrual Cramps Can Be As Painful As Heart AttacksDysmenorrhea, better known as cramps, is a painful menstruation that can be severe enough to interrupt the daily routine of one in five women
40 Percent Of Doctors, Nurses Go To Work With The Flu, Survey FindsAccording to a survey of nearly 2,000 healthcare professionals, over 40 percent who say they've worked while sick actually had the flu as they met patients.
Doctors Rarely Clean Potentially Virus-Carrying Stethoscopes, Study FindsAccording to a Yale study, doctors rarely, if ever, sterilize their potentially virus-carrying stethoscopes.
AIDS Patients Fear Discrimination In Affordable Care Act ExchangePatient advocates say some insurance companies are making HIV and AIDS drugs unaffordable in plans issued through the Affordable Care Act by shifting much of the cost to customers.
Federal Court Upholds 'Docs Vs. Glocks' LawState law restricts what information doctors can give patients about gun ownership.
2 Doctors Sent To Prison In Pill Mill Case Two doctors have been sentenced to prison time for money laundering in one of the largest South Florida cases involving "pill mill" clinics that illegally dispensed vast amounts of prescription painkillers.
Can My Health Insurance Cover My Spouse?Whether or not your health insurance can cover your spouse depends on your specific policy.
Can My Health Insurance Cover My Children?Whether or not your health insurance can cover your children depends on your specific policy.
How Do I Use My Health Insurance When I Visit A Doctor?To maximize the benefits of your insurance policy, you will likely need to choose a doctor from within your health plan’s network.
How Does My Health Insurance Work At The Hospital?The Affordable Care Act requires that all health insurance policies cover 10 essential benefits, including emergency treatment.
4 New Cases Of Dengue Fever, Bringing Total To 11 Four new cases of dengue fever have been confirmed on the Treasure Coast, bringing the total of reported cases of the mosquito-borne disease to eleven.
Fla. Struggles With Shortage Of Primary Care Docs Darlene O'Neil just saw a doctor at a mobile health clinic for the first time in months after dropping her health coverage six months ago because she could no longer afford it. Soon, a team of local student doctors, nurses, lawyers and social workers led by a doctor will visit her home for monthly follow-up care to help the 46-year-old her manage her blood pressure because she's at high-risk for diabetes.