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If you of a certain age, someone you know, maybe your parent, grandparent or friend has some type of dementia. Memory loss, and the inability to recognize familiar faces or places can pose a danger and, if they wander off and get lost it's terrifying for you and a hazard to them.
If you of a certain age, someone you know, maybe your parent, grandparent or friend has some type of cognitive impairment. Memory loss, and the inability to recognize familiar faces or places can pose a danger and, if they wander off and get lost it's terrifying for you and a hazard to them.
We are conditioned to answer, not ask questions when we enter a medical facility.
SARASOTA, Fla. - We are truly blessed to have what many consider the best children's hospital in the country serving us here on the Suncoast, and Sarasota’s Sami Bass is living proof of what’s possible at All Children’s Hospital.
If you don't like the way your nose looks, it can be fixed. Your droopy eyelids or breasts can be lifted, your belly can made smaller and you can look younger. But do you know what you should ask your doctor before you decide to have a nip and tuck?
Hey moms, this ones for you.
What used to be known as shell shock is now recognized medical condition.
SARASOTA - A Sarasota man has been charged with Exploitation of an Elderly Person after investigators say he withdrew tens of thousands of dollars from his demented mother's bank account.
More than 5-million Americans have Alzheimer's disease. There's currently no cure, but, new research finds a link between a protein that often leads to Alzheimer's disease and an anti-aging protein found in red wine.
SARASOTA - There's growing concern after dozens of students show flu-like symptoms. The Health Department is sending letters home to parents at the Sarasota School of Arts and Sciences, urging them to keep their children home if they're sick.
Getting a flu shot may help prevent heart attack or stroke.
As we welcome in fall, it's an unpleasant reminder "flu season" is here along with those cooler temperatures. And, that also means the debate over flu shots is back.
We dream of gleaming glossy, smooth hair and many over-the-counter products entice us with promises of delivering. But now the Suave company is involved in a lawsuit first filed last year by women who said their hair was singed and broke off in clumps from using Suaves keratin 30-day smoothing kit and, there are may be more serious health implications.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are dealing with a dangerous infection as three players are reported to have confirmed cases of MRSA.
There could be more to worry about than packing when getting ready for a trip, and, some people, including the aging are taking unseen risks when they travel.
Lumps, bumps, and asymmetry in our breasts can send us running to the doctor in a panic. And while we should pay attention to our bodies, not all changes mean breast cancer.
It may sound strange, but pills made from fecal matter are said to be curing infections in some patients according to new research.
SARASOTA, Fla. - CrossFit is known as a hardcore, results-driven workout. But hidden dangers of the push-yourself-beyond-limits discipline can impact your health, maybe even your life.
SARASOTA - An apparently out of control sanitation truck collided with another vehicle and rolled over in the median of Interstate 75 Thursday morning, killing the driver.
We often hear about the dangers of prescription drugs. But the ones being sold over the counter also come with risks. Every year more than fifteen-hundred people die in the United States from OTC drugs. Do you know which ones may harm or possibly kill you?
SARASOTA, Fla. - Fire ants were the cause of a young boys death in Texas recently, and now there is cause for concern on the Suncoast.
The Centers for Disease Control finds suicide accounts for more than 34,000 deaths per year. It is a major public health problem and a leading cause of violent death in the United States, but, it doesn't have to happen. Here are some questions you can ask yourself..
SARASOTA, Fla. - 9/11 is a day of reflection across the United States and the world but, what are the long term effects for first responders and those in the towers that made it out?
What starts off in your mouth as a small pain or problem, can take a serious turn for the worse if left untreated. A 9-year study published in the Journal of Endodontics reports more than 61 thousand people in the United States were hospitalized primarily due to an abscess in their mouth.
In May 2013, superstar Angelina Jolie revealed she had both breasts removed because genetic testing showed she had a high risk for cancer. Every day, more and more people face similar decisions as genetic tests to assess the risk of breast, colon and ovarian cancer become more reliable, accessible and affordable.