The FDA has approved a portable COVID-19 test kit, The company behind the device says it is accurate and you get results in about 30 minutes.
A supercomputer is giving researchers shocking new details on how the coronavirus impacts the human body.
AdventHealth is preparing for the upcoming flu season while also dealing with the coronavirus pandemic. Doctors advise patients to get a flu shot to keep hospitals fro getting overwhelmed. It's possible to get both viruses at the same time.
A mobile app called eMeals helps you plan and cook meals for you and your family.
Alachua County is putting in place an emergency order requiring people to register for a permit to allow for gatherings of 10 or more people of more.
An officer's bulletproof vest saved his life. The Daytona Beach Police Department has released body camera video of the incident.
A Central Florida nonprofit said needs the public's help after its van was stolen and wrecked in a police pursuit that ended in a hit-and-run incident.
People are doing little things to help other feel better during this coronavirus pandemic.
With more than 20 million global cases of COVID-19 and a vaccine months away, companies are working on ways to fight the virus.
It may be tempting to visit family members this time but before planning any trips to see them, keep in mind that older people are more susceptible to coronavirus,
Important medical testing and treatments have been delayed due to the coronavirus shutdowns earlier this year. Because of such delays, a Florida boy may have to have a kidney removed.
Parents are looking for advice on back-tp-school shopping.
While reported child abuse numbers have decreased during coronavirus pandemic, authorities say it's still happening. They attribute the drop in reported cases, in part, because children are staying at home and are not in the presence of teachers and others.
Kids are getting ready to go back to the classroom and FOX 35 News is teaming up with the community to help with school supplies for families in need.
If you have tested positive for the coronavirus, you could qualify for a new treatment happening an Orlando-area laboratory.
There is a new way that you can teach your kids skills to deal with everyday challenges of life. An eight-week Common Sense Camp covers everything from person finance to interpersonal skills.
Check your hand sanitizer because it could have an ingredient in it that could be hazardous to your health.
A clinical trial for a COVID-19 vaccine is happening in Orlando, one of 33 sites nationwide that are participating in the international study.
Orlando Immunology Center has been selected to participate in a study for a vaccine for COVID-19.
A young man who battled coronavirus was reunited with his health care workers after weeks on the mend.