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  • MDVIP named to top 10 health providers by Worth

    MDVIP named to top 10 health providers by Worth
    MDVIP, the Boca Raton-based network of 750 primary care physicians who give personalized health care, was ranked among the top 10 providers of executive health programs, according to Worth magazine. The financial and lifestyle publication ranked MDVIP...
  • Alzheimer's treatment studies seek healthier, younger subjects

    Alzheimer's treatment studies seek healthier, younger subjects
    The latest Alzheimer's clinical trial in South Florida illustrates a trend: More and more, researchers are seeking younger, healthier patients — people in the disease's early stages or who don't even have the neurological disorder but may be at risk...
  • Helicopter, airboat used in rescue of missing man

    Helicopter, airboat used in rescue of missing man
    A helicopter, a K-9 unit and an airboat were used in the rescue of an 85-year-old man who was reported missing in West Palm Beach and found in Broward County. "He was in danger, and time was running out," said Mike Jachles, Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue...
  • Simple steps can help teach kids good eating habits

    Source: Children's Health Team, Cleveland Clinic whatdoctorsknow.com Eating together as a family is how kids learn to make healthy food choices, communicate with others and master table manners. And you can't start too soon, says pediatrician Sara...
  • Dengue fever vaccine is in the works -- expected to go commercial in 2015

    Dengue fever vaccine is in the works -- expected to go commercial in 2015
    The Cleveland Clinic has announced a dengue fever vaccine as among the top 10 medical innovations anticipated for 2015. More than 50 million people in 100 countries are affected by the mosquito-borne disease. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WV-x4DFlL0s&...
  • S. Florida hospitals making the grade on national rankings

    S. Florida hospitals making the grade on national rankings
    South Florida's hospitals are among the best in the nation, if there's anything to be gleaned from the annual medical center rankings that are all the rage in the patient watchdog landscape these days. The Leapfrog Group, for example, awarded an "A"...
  • Susann Milbourne's Survival Story

    Susann Milbourne's Survival Story
    I was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011. One morning I noticed a little bump the size of a dime on my upper left breast. I showed it to my OB/GYN and he said it’s not cancer because it moves like jelly; it would be hard if it was cancer....
  • Debra Lehman's Survival Story

    Debra Lehman's Survival Story
    I discovered a tiny lump on my right breast and went to see my primary care physician, Dr. Robert Piloto at Cleveland Clinic Florida.  Dr. Piloto did an examination and sent me for a diagnostic mammogram. Nothing showed up on the mammogram; however, Dr....
  • Jerry Burgdoerfer, 1958-2014

    Jerry Burgdoerfer, 1958-2014
    Jerry J. Burgdoerfer spent 25 years with the Chicago law firm Jenner & Block, where he led its securities practice, built a reputation for mentoring young lawyers and developed its practice in Japan. "Jerry was passionate about being a lawyer, and he...
  • Kim Haley's Survival Story

    Kim Haley's Survival Story
    I was diagnosed with breast cancer in September 2009 by Dr. Nicholas Tranakas at Broward Health Medical Center. My treatment included lumpectomy and radiation followed by aromatase inhibitor medication for seven years. My dearest friend volunteered to...
  • Health official allowed new Ebola patient on plane with slight fever: source

    Health official allowed new Ebola patient on plane with slight fever: source
    A second Texas nurse who has contracted Ebola told a U.S. health official she had a slight fever and was allowed to board a plane from Ohio to Texas, a federal source said on Wednesday, intensifying concerns about the U.S. response to the deadly virus....