Fort Lauderdale resident Joshua Grosso considers people students of life, like the character he plays in the Broadway classic, “Les Miserablés.”
A new study released by the Centers for Disease Control National Center for Health Statistics suggests that racial and ethnic minorities think it is important that their medical provider share or understand their culture. However, the data show patients were less likely to be able to find or…
Have you been having trouble finding a Black primary care doctor? Well, you are not the only one. Across all races and nationalities the demand for primary care doctors is far below the supply. Looking for an African-American or Caribbean-descent primary care doctor out of that shortage can …
North Shore Medical Center hosted a lunch and learn for community members on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer in women. The lecture was a part of the hospital’s Breast Cancer Month Awareness campaign. Each attendee received a gift.
A variety of performers including a folkloric dance group paid homage to Panama, Cuba, Puerto Rico, and Colombia at Miami-Dade County Commissioner Barbara J. Jordan’s 13th annual Hispanic Heritage Celebration on Sept. 28 at Country Village Park.
Writing for The Miami Times these last few years has exposed me to the historic side of Miami. The historic side has guided me to information about the pioneers of Miami’s past whose deeds led to buildings, streets and parks being named after them.
Named one of the Top 100 Events of South Florida by bizbash.com, Miami Carnival continues its long-standing tradition of providing a kaleidoscope of Caribbean cultures under one umbrella.
For eight years, medical malpractice claims in which the use of electronic health records contributed to patient injury have been on the rise. Of those injuries that occurred, in 7 percent or more of claims, adverse reaction to a medication and death were by far the most prevalent in electro…
After 31 seasons, three NBA World Championships and the retirement of a legend, franchise player and fan favorite, the Miami Heat is ready to embark upon its next chapter.
- COMING HOME TO FAMU
- Finding a Black primary care doctor can be a challenge
- Protest planned at Hard Rock Stadium against Formula One racing
- Public housing out; vouchers in
- Shirley Johnson honored by Miami-Dade school system
- VICTORIA MARIE ROBERTS, M.D.
- We must change Dixie Highway to Harriet Tubman Highway
- The real deal about Annie Coleman 14
- Myth many Blacks fought for Confederacy
- Get ready for the Gospel Greats