Conceived in 2009 as a fun way of helping in the fight against cancer, No Shave November is the spiritual cousin of the Movember movement. Founded in 2009 by Rebecca Hill and Bret Ringdahl, No Shave November has grown from an initial pool of about 50 Facebook supporters to a nationwide cause. The i ... More >>
"This event is the perfect opportunity for Doris Italian Market & Bakery to kick off the holiday season and promote a significant cause such as breast cancer beyond National Breast Cancer Awareness Month," said John Alfano, president of Doris Italian Market & Bakery in anticipation of the upcoming h ... More >>
Cancer clusters -- hot zones of highly contaminated turf that see a spike in disease -- are incredibly hard cases to win in court. Not only do they take years of legal battle and involve a lot of high-end science but usually such cases pit homeowners against corporations with boatloads of money to b ... More >>
These days, everyone knows Rocco Mangel -- owner of the eponymous Rocco's Tacos Tequila Bar chain -- for wearing his tequila-pouring shoes. If you catch him on the bar at any one of his restaurant locations, you know the shots will be flowing free that night. But not many people know it's also how ... More >>
While we're big fans of noshing on multiple dishes from several food trucks -- even if it results in a serious case of the meat sweats -- many a food truck roundup is just about stuffing your face; there's rarely a higher purpose. Tomorrow night, downtown West Palm Beach is getting its first ever f ... More >>
Generally, when you see a group of adults attempting to alter their appearance to look exactly the same, cult is the word that springs to mind -- no one will ever forget those matching sweatsuits and Nikes from the '90's. In just a couple of weeks, more than 30 individuals with be gathering at Duff ... More >>
With great fanfare, Gov. Rick Scott last month announced the latest trophy in his campaign to get corporate America to relocate to Florida. Infelicitously calling it a "one-way ticket to the Sunshine State," Scott hailed the Boca Raton arrival of Cancer Treatment Centers of America and the "more tha ... More >>
The saying goes, "Time flies when you're raising awareness for a good cause." That's how the saying goes, right? On Thursday, another month bites the dust; we're that much closer to the winter (whatever that means down here). With the end of October also goes national pizza month, apple month, cran ... More >>
A Tampa woman wants to get medical marijuana to save her 2-year-old daughter's life. Although she's still getting her cancer-stricken daughter conventional treatment, such as radiation therapy, Moriah Barnhart says that's not enough. And she wants options other than just chemotherapy. Medical mari ... More >>
Yesterday, the law firm of Searcy, Denney, Scarola, Barnhart, and Shipley held a news conference about lawsuits related to a cluster of pediatric brain cancer in the residential neighborhood Acreage, located in western Palm Beach County. Five couples who lived in the area and whose children develo ... More >>
Michael Colanero, founder of the Breast Cancer Awareness Body Painting Project, has had beef with Facebook since 2011. Colanero and his team of artists created a series of images featuring breast-cancer survivors -- many of whom had been through mastectomies -- topless, their chests painted elaborat ... More >>
City commissioners in Pembroke Pines clearly have too much time on their hands. This week, the city passed a resolution to warn residents about a potential link between cell phones and cancer and recommend that residents keep their mobile devices at least an inch from their bodies. Several news ... More >>
Florida lawmakers tackled lots of pressing issues this past legislative sessions. They debated whether the barking tree frog should be the Sunshine State's official amphibian. They clashed over making it a crime to pick up pecans that have fallen from privately owned trees. The e ... More >>
The Health Regulation Committee on Wednesday voted seven to zip in favor of SB 1116, a proposal to give parents of sixth-graders information on the human papillomavirus vaccine, which helps protect females from cervical cancer. As discussed yesterday, the original version of the bi ... More >>
gpoaccess.govMark FoleyFormer U.S. Rep. Mark Foley -- a Republican from West Palm Beach who represented Florida's 16th congressional district for more than a decade -- announced he has prostate cancer, according to Newsmax.Foley, 56, told the news outlet he's scheduled for surgery in an Orlando-a ... More >>
Carla Golembe House of Cats and Miracles Since red wine and dark chocolate have been proven to have health benefits, do something good for both your body and your soul by attending the Taste For Women's Wellness Wine & Chocolate Tasting this Friday, February 4th from 7-9pm at The ... More >>
I can't imagine a single person who was present at last night's town hall meeting by Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz who would say the event was productive or worthwhile. The opponents of health-care reform and the Democratic Congress showed no interest in a dialogue; they just wanted to scre ... More >>
C. StilesDebbie Wasserman SchultzThis time of year, the nation's college football teams stage spring practices, and in a measure to spare quarterbacks from risk of injury, teams dress that player in a red or yellow jersey -- a visual reminder to linebackers that this one player is untouchable. When ... More >>
Around this time one year ago, I was researching an in-depth article on Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the fast-rising Democratic congresswoman who represents the West Broward suburbs and still manages to be a minivan-driving soccer mom for her Weston family. I had no idea until this weekend that at the ... More >>
That's the handsome reward for the widow of a Cooper City man killed by lung cancer.
The more you drink, the more RA Sushi donates.
Former Hollywood Police Chief Richard Witt should be enjoying a semblance of vindication right now. He tried to clean up the PD during his tenure and was fired for his efforts. Now some of the officers he tried to expunge are part of a scandal involving an FBI mafia sting. His whistleblower's lawsui ... More >>
Cinderella Wig and Breast Prosthetic Salon
Decades after the death of a great doctor, a pair of jet setters claims his legacy
Cancer vaccines are the hottest thing in oncology. Dr. Howard Abel is bringing the experimental treatment to South Florida.
Seven years ago Bill Wetzel got testicular cancer and became sterile. Luckily he had already made a deposit at the sperm bank.
The Life Extension Foundation claims it'll add years to your life with pills and cancer profiles. As long as you have the money.