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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will start a new study in south Florida during the 2021 algal bloom season to assess the health effects of exposure to … more
As we swing into summer, Florida’s Poison Control Centers - Jacksonville is providing some helpful tips to keep your family safe. more
The Virtual Brain Bus will hold the following event that covers Alzheimer’s, dementia and memory loss. more
In this week’s YMCA Yoga class, practitioners awakened this habitual movement, often taken for granted, until there is a fall. more
On March 12, 2021, the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) authorized State WIC Agencies to enhance the WIC benefit for a period of four months... more
Plant workers employed before 1981 who have been diagnosed with various cancers may be entitled to special benefits. more
A well-known quote is credited to Judge Judy Sheindin: “Age is just a number!” This quote applies to Yoga. more
Hendry and Glades WIC has opened the WIC lobbies for onsite services including direct distributions, EBT card pick-ups... more
The last pose in every Yoga class is “Savasana” also called “Corpse Pose.” This pose is wonderful to do whenever the body/mind is exhausted. Practicing Yoga is an excellent way to reduce stress and anxiety. more
The Lake Okeechobee Rural Health Network (LORHN) will offer two free workshops for rural residents around Lake Okeechobee in April and May. more
On April 2, the Alzheimer’s Association will continue its virtual “Ask the Expert” series with “Seeing the Brain Through the Eyes,”... more
This year March 20 falls on a Saturday, so the Hendry and Glades Health Departments will offer free HIV testing for anyone more
Hendry County SWAT Club’s in Clewiston and LaBelle middle and high schools participated in a “Skip The Dip” jump rope competition. more
Florida’s Poison Control Centers - Jacksonville is kicking off National Poison Prevention Week, March 21 through the 27, by educating the public on learning how... more
The Florida Department of Health is partnering with Count the Kicks, an evidence-based stillbirth prevention public health campaign more
When a disease-carrying mosquito begins to show resistance to insecticides, the threat to public health becomes a critical issue. more
The Inner Truth Project will be hosting a virtual screening of “If They Had known” on Thursday, March 11 at 7 p.m. more
We know her now as a One Blood recruiter, but Linda Hazellief has had many unusual occupations. more
This year, in lieu of the 2021 fashion show, Women Involved in Supporting the Hospital has organized a designer purse raffle more
New Year's resolutions do not always go according to plan. more
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