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Biogenesis Doctor Runs New Anti-Aging Clinic, and an NFL Superstar Showed Up on Its Instagram

6 months ago by Jerry Iannelli
In a clip posted for his 3.3 million Instagram followers this past March 28, Oakland Raiders star Antonio Brown stands in a weight room at Hollywood Hills High School while grasping a comically large medicine ball. The song “Baby Birkin” by the rapper Gunna reverberates through the gym, painted various...
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A Miami-Based Jail Health-Care Company Profits While Patients Die

28 days ago by Brittany Shammas
The voice on the other end of the line sounded so thin, so frail, that at first Erika Williams didn't recognize it as her son's. It was only by the ten digits glowing on her iPhone — the number for the Flagler County jail — that she realized who was calling her February 4, 2019, a balmy Monday in North Florida.
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Biogenesis Just Hints at Florida's Anti-Aging Catastrophe

6 years ago by Tim Elfrink
Outside a $600,000 Coconut Grove condo, the pool glittered blue in the afternoon sunlight and tennis balls popped off a green asphalt court. Inside, a tornado hit. Sharon Cohen watched her heavily tattooed Spanish husband, Alvaro, slam his head over and over against a TV set. She'd recently filed for...
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Miami's Best Eats and Drinks This Week: Fourth of July, 60 Years of Arbetter's, and RWSB Summer Barbecue Series

4 months ago by Clarissa Buch
Happy Fourth of July, Miami. Proclaim your freedom of choice by heading to one of Miami's bars or restaurants to indulge in festive bites, patriotic sweets, and red, white, and blue cocktails. Plus, Arbetter's Hot Dogs celebrates 60 years, and RWSB kicks off its summer barbecue series with guest chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth of Stiltsville Fish Bar and Root & Bone.
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Is a West Palm Beach Doctor Heir to the Indian Throne?

9 months ago by Terence Cantarella
Dr. Lord Lee-Benner has seen the dark side of the Sunshine State: its schizophrenics, neurotics, addicts, depressives, illiterate bipolars, disturbed teens, even psychotic ex-ministers. Many of the indigent patients who come to see him at Community Health Center of West Palm Beach, a nonprofit clinic where he volunteers as a...
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Holy Wars, Inc.

22 years ago by John Lantigua
White-haired Gerardo Lastra is behind the counter at his business, the raucous Riviera Botanica in the Allapattah section of Miami, when an unusual pair of customers cruises in. One is a portly Santeria priest in a flowered shirt, an elderly man Lastra knows as Vicente. The client with the santero,...
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Miami's Dr. Dick Gaines Sues Clinic He Says Stole His Erection-Inducing Sonic Technique

2 years ago by Brittany Shammas
The reviews of GAINSWave, a procedure in which men get their nether regions blasted with sound waves for better erections, are actually glowing. A Men's Health reporter who has also tried gas-station sexual enhancement pills and something called "red light therapy" — all in the name of journalism — wrote about sprouting a boner during dinner with his grandmother after giving the sonic treatment a go last spring.
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Florida Pot Growers May Soon Get Rich

2 years ago by Francisco Alvarado
A pudgy man in a white lab coat, protective goggles, and a white hardhat ambles down several long rows of potted marijuana plants. An industrial A/C unit cranks frigid air into the capacious grow room, located inside a 300,000-square-foot warehouse just outside Tallahassee, while an array of high-pressure sodium lights...
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Miami's Undocumented Immigrants Contribute $437 Million in Taxes Each Year

3 years ago by Jessica Lipscomb
Last week, as Miami-Dade commissioners voted 9-3 to comply with President Donald Trump's harsh new immigration policies, dozens of residents stormed out of County Hall, shouting, "Shame on you!" The pleas of mothers, fathers, daughters, and sons who had asked commissioners to reconsider seemingly weren't enough. Commissioner Rebeca Sosa went as far as to say those emotional appeals for empathy were irrelevant.
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Brickell's Last Holdout Fights Developers to Preserve Native American History

5 years ago by Terence Cantarella
Just a few paces from busy Brickell Avenue, Ishmael Bermudez crouches behind his little clapboard house and drinks serenely from a hose lowered into the ancient bedrock. Skyscrapers drape his property in shadows. Across the street, a Metrorail train clamors to a stop at an elevated station. All around, construction...

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