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For these children, a place to celebrate and to heal

Ricky, 10, and Korben, 11, have waited all year for this week. So many rides, so much squealing, and no time to feel self-conscious about their scars, the visible evidence of their encounters with...

Divide and conquer: surgeon uses unusual technique to fight aggressive cancer

Kenneth Brant had no idea he had liver cancer – let alone a cancer so advanced and aggressive that fighting it would require a surgery never done before at Tampa General Hospital. After a bout with...

Healthy Recipes

Chickpea Tahini Collard Wraps

Creamy chickpea tahini salad wrapped in delightfully crunchy collard wraps. A vegan, gluten free make-ahead lunch or appetizer that comes together in less than 20 minutes. Ingredients 1 (15.5-oz.)...

30 Minute Charred Asparagus and Lemon Pasta

Zingy lemon-garlic pasta tossed with charred asparagus, parmesan, and cheese. A simple, summery pasta dish bursting with bright flavor that’s ready in under 30 minutes Ingredients 4 Tbsp. extra...

Grilled Shrimp Tartines with Curried Yogurt

Grilled shrimp with curry-spiced yogurt, radish, lemon, and cilantro, piled high on grilled slabs of bread. These tartines are well-suited for a laid-back lunch or dinner on the fly. Ingredients 12...

Chili-Lime Tofu and Peach Skewers

Grilled tofu, peach, and red onion skewers tossed in a sweet and spicy chili-lime sauce. This recipe boasts endless flavor and is well-worth firing up the grill (or grill pan!) for this summer....

TGH Health News

Bell rings to signal victory in 13-year-old's fight against...

The bell that rang out Friday afternoon at Tampa General Hospital marked a special victory for 13-year-old Katie Ballesteros. The brand-new "chemo bell" was donated to the TGH Childlife Playroom by...

Rescuing you from National Junk Food Day

Yeah, we know. It’s sooooo tempting. National Junk Food Day is the perfect excuse to indulge in potato chips and curly fries, pizza and Pop-Tarts, cotton candy and candy bars. We’re here to save you...

Too young for a stroke? Risk rising among younger adults

His younger patients follow a pattern. They arrive in the emergency room with double vision, or terrible headaches. They’re scared. And they tend to have one other common bond, said Dr. Erfan Albakri...

How to survive a lightning strike here in the lightning capital...

Here in Tampa Bay, we get so much lightning that we named our pro hockey team after it. Legend even holds that Tampa meant “sticks of fire” in the language of the Calusa, a Native American tribe who...

Health News Around the Nation

New Surgery May Fix Tough-to-Treat Rotator Cuff Tears

TUESDAY, July 25, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- A new surgical procedure can help people with shoulder injuries once considered beyond repair, a small new study suggests. Out of 100 patients who had the...

HIV Treatment Protects Uninfected Partner From the Virus

TUESDAY, July 25, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- HIV treatment prevented transmission of the virus in gay couples when only one partner had the virus, a new study shows. The research included 358 such gay...

More U.S. Airports Offer Hands-Only CPR Training

TUESDAY, July 25, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Hands-only CPR training is now available at kiosks in three more major U.S. airports, bringing the total number to seven. The three airports are Cleveland...

$100 Sweetens the Pot for a Colonoscopy

TUESDAY, July 25, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- It appears that $100 might go a long way toward convincing someone to get a colonoscopy. New research found that such a cash incentive doubled the chances...