Nursing students in Central Florida are hitting a roadblock following graduation, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Telehealth technology has offered patients a lifeline, medical experts say.
Expectant moms are often told to make a birth plan, but during the coronavirus pandemic policy changes within Central Florida hospitals are forcing some changes.
It's the last thing the young couple expected to hear, but they said they knew right away when COVID-19 hit their family.
The interior of most cars is made up of a number of different materials, so it’s important to use the right products, and techniques, to disinfect your vehicle properly.
While seniors have been warned about the increased risks associated with the coronavirus, a Central Florida mom is asking the community to stay at home to protect her chi...
UCF students were given free access to the app when the campus became a beta tester for the development of the desktop version, which later became an app for smartphones.
A Seminole County firefighter and father of four spent every day of his son’s hospital stay dancing.
A 12-year Army veteran who served as an airborne paratrooper has life-changing surgeries to his hips and knees.
A dermatologist in South Florida detected a patient's lung cancer during a routine skin check.
A tool that resembles the tailgate tents you might find at a University of Central Florida football game is now changing the way children with limited mobility make strid...
The holiday season often coincides with an increase in flu cases, and doctors predict an early surge this year.
Doctors are prescribing some patients in Central Florida books during their annual wellness exams.
Orlando Health is the first hospital in Florida
A pilot program to collect scents from select residents in Seminole County is helping to protect people prone to wandering.
A Rollins College student went across borders with the mission to give the gift of hearing to others.
An Orlando girl with a rare form of cancer has found a bone marrow donor.
When Amelia Pullium found a lump in her breast in the spring, she didn't waste any time getting in to see her doctor.
A Central Florida woman shared what she calls her “hope after a storm” during infant and pregnancy loss awareness month.
Here's yet another chance to get a free flu shot.
Many people are familiar with the at-home genetic test kits, but can they identify your breast cancer risk?
If you went out to eat for a cause during this year's Magical Dining, part of the proceeds will help provide more support for mental health in schools.
Do you have a "flu room" for the upcoming flu season?
A local mother is fighting for more research into a condition that causes chronic headaches.
The death of a 33-year-old professional video gamer has inspired a new effort to promote cross-training among amateur and gaming athletes.
Claire Goodowens has been active in raising awareness about the rising costs of insulin.
Delegates of the JDRF Children's Congress recently went to a committee hearing to fight for funding for the Special Diabetes Program.
In June, Claire Goodowens talked to News 6 about the need for advanced technology for kids with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes.
A new clinical trial could eventually lead to a vaccine to prevent cancer in dogs.
Claire Goodowens is a swimmer, student, photographer and child living with Type 1 diabetes.
A local audiologist is helping patients get financial help to cover the cost of hearing aids.
News 6 receptionist Karen Gehl recently received her last round of chemo after being diagnosed with breast cancer.
Saving lives through storytelling, that's the purpose of a new performance coming to the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
It’s almost impossible to start a conversation about severe combined immunodeficiency, or SCID, without referencing the 1976 ABC made-for-television movie “The Boy in the...
Gene therapy treatment for a genetic condition doctors once considered one-in-a-million and treated using an isolation chamber known by most as "bubble boy disease" is sh...
One person can save up to eight others, if he or she chooses to become an organ donor.
One of the largest universities in the country has created a system to distribute more than 245,000 pounds of food to students suffering from hunger and homelessness on c...
The hospital recently implemented a new piece of technology that visitors are required to place cell phones, keys and other electronics inside as they enter the NICU.
Parents of children with autism are turning to centers offering early diagnosis for better treatment.
Patients administering medicine through self-injection have a new training option.
Jacqueline Siegel talks about the decision to also publish a book with photocopies from her daughter’s diary.
After undergoing a successful separation surgery, an Orlando-area father to a set of conjoined twins is sharing his daughters' survival story.
A new technology detects blood loss in real time using artificial intelligence.
A new technology is changing the way doctors treat cancer using MRI and radiation at the same time.
A 74-year-old Army veteran never misses a workout.
A powerful moment between two Floridians sharing the same limb difference has been shared thousands of times online.
Two Central Florida institutions are starting new research to study how art can affect health.