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Embattled fitness professionals train for stay-at-home world

  Less than a week into closures of all “non-essential” businesses due to the coronavirus, Danny Lopez-Calleja estimated he could keep things running for about three months. After that, the future looked grim for CrossFit Soul, the…

University of Miami research seeks half-hour coronavirus test

University of Miami research seeks half-hour coronavirus test

As more cases of the novel coronavirus are reported, faster testing is needed to stem the spread of the infectious disease. At the University of Miami’s (UM) Miller School of…

Government revamps for Covid-19 crisis

Government revamps for Covid-19 crisis

As services are disrupted by Covid-19, Miami-Dade and its cities adjusted operations. The county and City of Miami canceled remaining March legislative meetings. Miami Beach canceled its finance meeting and…

Baptist Health telehealth consumer participants total 60,000

Baptist Health telehealth consumer participants total 60,000

Baptist Health South Florida was a leader in telemedicine, and continues to hold the lead through innovation, said Danny Elfenbein, the hospital chain’s director of consumer and digital health solutions.…

Florida faces potentially crippling nursing shortage

Florida faces potentially crippling nursing shortage

The healthcare industry is scrambling to head off a predicted nursing shortage that could be devasting to patient care. “Baseline forecasts show that Florida will face a shortage of registered…

Super scooper of floating Miami River debris gets rerun

Super scooper of floating Miami River debris gets rerun

There’s a scavenger roaming the Miami River, and that’s a good thing. The Miami River Commission’s Stormwater Subcommittee learned last month that the City of Miami is in the process…

Miami dips toe into monitoring Biscayne Bay water quality

Miami dips toe into monitoring Biscayne Bay water quality

Who’s looking out for Biscayne Bay? The City of Miami wants in on the monitoring. City commissioners approved a resolution for the city administration to work out a deal with…

Florida’s Emergency Medical Services Trust Fund erodes

Florida’s Emergency Medical Services Trust Fund erodes

Florida motorists have paid less and less in traffic tickets over the last two-plus decades. That’s good news for residents’ wallets, but not so great for the services funded by…

Jackson Health System targets 2020 Doral hospital finish

Jackson Health System targets 2020 Doral hospital finish

Jackson Health System is still targeting late 2020 to finish construction on the new José Milton Memorial Hospital at the Jackson West Medical Center in Doral, give or take a…

Shortage of Psychiatrists makes care spotty at best

Shortage of Psychiatrists makes care spotty at best

A nationwide shortage of psychiatrists is among key factors making it difficult for South Florida’s mentally impaired residents to find care in their own communities. “Locally we have a large…

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