A recent spike in suspected LSD cases at Sarasota Memorial Hospital has care providers concerned that use of the hallucinogenic drug is on the rise among teenagers in our community. Find out why LSD is dangerous and what signs to look for in this Healthe-Matters video-blog post.
Care Seat Safety recommendations update: The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is encouraging families to keep babies and toddlers in rear-facing car seats for as long as possible.
The holidays are a magical time, but the decorations, merrymaking and magic also can present unexpected hazards, especially for children. Keep everyone safe this season with these tips for poison prevention during the holidays.
Planning to add some twinkle and shine to your space this holiday? Decorating a home with kids or pets? Traveling? SMH's Urgent Care team shares so tips so you can spend the season merry and bright — not recovering from the flu or an avoidable injury.
Expired or unused drugs stored in your cabinets can put you and your family, friends or neighbors at risk. Cleaning out your medicine cabinets regularly and properly disposing of prescription medications helps protect you and your community by getting potentially harmful medications off the street.