Amy Oshier

Professional Experience

2021 to present: Health and Medical Reporter, WINK News. Previously worked at WFLA in Tampa, WBBH in Fort Myers, and SNN in Sarasota. Also hosted a weekly TV program for the local USA Today Network, was a syndicated health reporter and anchor and traveled the world as a business aviation reporter.

Awards & Recognition

Earned several awards including an Edward R. Murrow, Associated Press and Society of Professional Journalists.

Hobbies, Interests & Community Involvement

Working out, dining out, reading, entertaining, exploring new places and meeting new people.


Bachelor of science in telecommunication from the University of Florida.

Likes best about Southwest Florida

The beautiful palms, rich history and friendly people.


Melbourne, Florida

FDA approved eye drops could improve vision

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NCH testing a cutting-edge miniature pacemaker no bigger than a grain of rice

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COVID-19 could lead to need for lung transplant

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Alzheimer's disease illustration. (Credit: MGN)video

Research breakthroughs hope for earlier Alzheimer’s detection

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Early surgery helping people survive pancreatic cancer

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New CDC report gives insight into who is best protected against COVID-19

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Scientific data lacks when it comes to claims of blue light damage to eyes

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Less invasive procedure helping those battling obesity

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FDA, doctors warn against popular DIY hyaluron filler pens

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FDA releases new guidelines to lower Americans daily salt intake

Even those who believe they're eating healthy could see that salt is "sneaking" into their diets. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently...

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