Ecuador is a bird-watcher's paradise

December 18, 2017 | Miami Health Services
In 1998, a small group of bird-watchers in Ecuador stared intently as a diminutive bird darted along the ground. They soon realized they had discovered a Jocotoco antipitta, which was … Click to Continue » ...read more
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Serious about Santa: Dallas woman has a handle on 200 vintage mugs, and she's thirsty for more

December 18, 2017 | Miami Health Services
Caroline Nelson is drinking in the holiday season, and she's got plenty of mugs and holiday spirit to go around. The Park Cities collector doesn't wait for December to roll … Click to Continue » ...read more
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Stick to it

December 18, 2017 | Miami Health Services
Pressed for time? Grab some rolls of washi tape for an easy decoration. FAMILY (AND FRIENDS) TREE Here's a no-fuss way to display all the holiday cards that arrive in … Click to Continue » ...read more
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More than 200 passengers with stomach virus couldn’t wait to disembark from cruise

December 16, 2017 | Miami Health Services
A Royal Caribbean ship that returned to Port Everglades Saturday morning had many passengers relieved they were on dry land after a five-night cruise to the Caribbean. Cruise line officials … Click to Continue » ...read more
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Madison veterinarian clinic for homeless pets to expand

December 16, 2017 | Miami Health Services
Knowing she would likely be homeless after moving back to Madison, Ray Straub was looking to board her two cats while she got back on her feet after years of … Click to Continue » ...read more
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When your knee ‘pops out,’ you’ll need a brace and rehab or surgery

December 15, 2017 | Miami Health Services
Q. I was playing soccer last week when I twisted my right knee and felt a pop. My kneecap came out of place and then popped back in. My knee … Click to Continue » ...read more
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Feds issue alert over deadly contaminated cocaine in Florida

December 15, 2017 | Miami Health Services
The Drug Enforcement Administration issued a warning Friday about a lethal synthetic form of cocaine that has become widespread in Florida. Even occasional cocaine users are at high risk for … Click to Continue » ...read more
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Treatment for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s gets a boost. There’s a Miami connection.

December 15, 2017 | Miami Health Services
Potential new treatments for Alzheimer's and Parkinson's patients just got a boost. INSIGHTEC, a medical device company led by Miami's Dr. Maurice Ferre, has received $150 million in funding from … Click to Continue » ...read more
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Fashion books that offer more than good looks

December 15, 2017 | Miami Health Services
Fashion books usually appeal to the eye with zippy photographs, playful illustrations, arresting typefaces. But the best of them will offer something for the head and heart – a surprising … Click to Continue » ...read more
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Family finds hidden camera in their Carnival cruise cabin. But who was recording?

December 14, 2017 | Miami Health Services
It's the kind of thing you hear about happening in hotel rooms, changing rooms and, most recently, Airbnb rentals: Guests placing cameras inside rooms to secretly record guests for what … Click to Continue » ...read more
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