By: Jillian Ramos TAMPA, Fla. — As talks of a vaccine and treatment for COVID-19 continue, we reached out to ForCare Medical Group to find out more about how clinical trials work and the length of time they normally take. Dr. Seth Forman and his team are on the front lines of clinical research. Right now, they
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – A third person in Florida tested “presumptively positive” for the coronavirus on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases in the U.S. to 60. Tampa dermatologist Dr. Seth Forman tells 8 On Your Side that while there is a lot of information being circulated about COVID-19, there are also several myths about the virus. MYTH: Wearing a
Courtesy of News Channel 8 PINELLAS COUNTY, Fla. (WFLA) – Concern over the flesh-eating bacteria continues to grow heading into the Fourth of July weekend. Doctors said the bacteria is not just in the water. Vibrio Vulnificus is every where, including the sand. James Paldeino took his family to Gandy Beach Tuesday. He’s cautious, like
Shade, avoiding alcoholic beverages and other helpful tips from Dr. Seth Forman, may just help you avoid heat exhaustion and even heat stroke from the Florida sun. Watch more from News 10 below.
Well, you’ve got to protect it! Your skin is your body’s largest organ. It’s your bodies first line of defense. Living in Florida, means it’s constantly protecting us from the sun. So what are the best ways to protect our skin from the hot Florida sun? Dermatologist, Dr. Maria Hicks, chats with Roxanne Wilder, and