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Free "Lunch and Learn" event September 25

Mayo Clinic doctors will answer your questions about cancers affecting women and their reproductive organs. 


Warning against overuse of stress tests

Physicians sometimes order cardiac stress tests for symptomless patients out of an abundance of caution, but a University of Florida study found this practice rarely reveals hidden heart issues.


Witness describes hearing patient attack

A patient at Orange Park Medical Center, who was present when a vicious patient-on-patient attack occurred Thursday, told News4Jax on Friday about what she heard.


Is your therapist crossing a line?

How do you know when you have a good therapist and how do you know when you don't?  We have the red flags experts say patients should know.


Man charged with battery on fellow patient

A brutal patient-on-patient attack at Orange Park Medical Center left a woman fighting for her life Thursday.


High-tech device diagnoses diseases in minutes

Harvard and MIT educated physicist and physician Dr. Anita Goel developed the Nanobiosym Gene-RADAR® technology which can test for diseases like Ebola, e. coli, tuberculosis, AIDS and HIV.

Enterovirus patient


Enterovirus D68 confirmed in New York

More than a dozen cases of Enterovirus D68 have been confirmed in New York state, according to officials.

"EV-D68 is causing cases of severe respiratory illness ... sometimes resulting in hospitalization, especially among children with asthma," the NY...

Happy senior couple


5 ways to think yourself well

There wasn't anything that could bring singer Pharrell Williams down in his hit song "Happy." Turns out he was on to something.

Prescription Doctor


Doc: Cancer-stricken employee laid off for benefits

A Pennsylvania oral surgeon who laid off a cancer-stricken employee had good intentions -- aiming to help the woman get unemployment benefits and focus on her treatment -- but now he is getting threats and verbal attacks on social media, according to...

Ebola virus


What if Ebola was airborne?

Today, the Ebola virus spreads only through direct contact with bodily fluids, such as blood and vomit. But some of the nation's top infectious disease experts worry that this deadly virus could mutate and be transmitted just by a cough or a sneeze.


Doctors Without Borders, Liberia, Ebola outbreak

From MSF

Health centers can't keep up with Ebola

The number of new Ebola cases is growing faster than the ability of health officials to handle them, the head of the World Health Organization said Friday.


Dr. Oz Answers Audience Questions



Talking Health With Dr. Scot Ackerman