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With heavy pollen coating car windshields, it’s no wonder that allergies are a common complaint seen in doctors’ offices ... more
For a long time, it was erroneously believed that we get all the vitamin D we need from the sun and from our diet. more
The COVID-19 Testing location at the Agri-Civic Center operative by Curative will be closing permanently at the end of the day on Friday, more
Open a door to Nature and take a deep, long breath as you let go of distracting thoughts. more
Most of Florida is “low risk” of COVID-19 transmission according to the Centers for Disease Control. more
Ask Tamika Cooke why she chose to become a nurse, and she’ll tell you she was inspired by her grandmother, Evelyn Thomas, … more
The 15th Annual Okeechobee Family Health and Safety Expo will be a fun-filled, educational day for the entire family. more
The Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) reaccredited the Florida Department of Health as an integrated health department for another five years. more
The week of March 13 through March 19 is Sleep Awareness Week and FDOH reminds everyone about the... more
COVID-19 risk continued to decline in South Central Florida last week. more
COVID-19 risk continued to decline in Hendry and Glades Counties last week. more
Sleep deprivation can be due to difficulty falling asleep, difficulty staying asleep... more
There was a time not too long ago that Hendry Regional Medical Center Nursing Supervisor Tracy Victory, RN-MSN, left the nursing profession ... more
New covid positivity rates continue to decline in Okeechobee County, more
The Florida Department of Health (Department) is the first state in the nation to issue guidance stating that healthy... more
COVID-19 cases in South Central Florida continued to drop last week ... more
The Florida Department of Health reminds parents and guardians that their children can avoid cavities by practicing good oral health habits. more
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) website now provides county level COVID-19 risk assessments. more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a press release alerting consumers to avoid purchasing or using certain powdered infant formula products... more
According to the National Council on Aging, 80% of adults 65 and older have at least one chronic condition. C more
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