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Each year, consumers eat millions of oysters worldwide, with a significant number of the mollusks grown in the Gulf of Mexico. more
The State of Florida is responding to an increase in fentanyl overdoses. All Floridians are advised... more
The Half-Moon yoga posture is well-regarded by practioners for its ability to open the shoulders, hips, hamstrings and spine. more
One social media trend relying on peer pressure is online video clips of people misusing nonprescription ... more
The Health Care District of Palm Beach County’s Trauma Agency is reminding senior adults, their families... more
A yoga practice is about focusing on what you can do and making body movements flow with ease. more
Untreated, congestive heart failure has the same 5 year survival as pancreas cancer.  Not good. more
The Florida Department of Health in Hendry and Glades Counties supports efforts to raise awareness to HIV... more
A local nurse practitioner is one of just 10 finalists nationwide in the American Heart Association’s... more
Healthier Glades is offering mini-grants to individuals and nonprofits with ideas for projects that would improve health in the Glades. more
The Alzheimer’s Association will hold a ZOOM meeting titled “Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia” on Tuesday, Sept. 20... more
The American Heart Association’s Palm Beach County office is proud to announce its board chair... more
For the fourth year in a row, the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) has awarded a gold-level... more
A simple way to begin the day with mental clarity is by sitting tall in yoga Lotus Posture. more
Everglades Area Health Education Center will sponsor virtual and in-person group sessions to help with quitting tobacco. more
“This summer we lost two children under the age of 20 to suicide,” Leah Suarez of Okeechobee Our Village told Okeechobee County Commissioners … more
More than 17,000 children and adults in Okeechobee County are categorized as food insecure ... more
According to the Center for Disease Control, nearly 71,000 people in the United States died from drug overdose in 2019. more
Glades residents are questioning a study that claims smoke from sugar cane burning could be linked to premature deaths ... more
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection website provides data from air quality monitors throughout the state. more
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