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Three individuals in Palm Beach County and one in Martin County will gain on-site public health training... more
The Alzheimer’s Association will provide the following webinars to the public... more
As Floridians finalize preparation for Hurricane Ian and the potential for power outages, the Florida Department of Health is urging the public to avoid carbon monoxide (CO) exposure by taking … more
Storms can cause flooding. Skin contact with flood waters does not, by itself, pose a serious health risk. more
A yoga practice is about focusing on what you can do and making body movements flow with ease. more
A new University of Florida study has found that bacteria in the saliva of college students... more
On Aug. 24, Indian River State College (IRSC) joined with executives from FUJIFILM Healthcare... more
Florida's COVID-19 risk remains high: 994 new covid deaths... more
To help keep your pets safe in the summer heat, refer to these critical tips from the American Humane Rescue team.... more
Most of Florida is now considered at “high” risk for COVID-19 according to the Centers for Disease Control. more
Create your new self through yoga, as it is a practice and philosophy based on reinforcing positive physical, mental, emotional... more
The COVID-19 virus is spreading again in Florida, according to data shared June 3 by the Florida Department of Health. more
On June 2, the Florida Department of Health (Department) has secured investments for the Department to promote and improve... more
Begin by looking in a mirror (short one just of the face). Examine closely and objectively your “portrait.” more
TALLAHASSEE – For the week of April 1-7, Florida’s new COVID-19 positivity rate was 3.8%. more
Being active is an important part of staying healthy for individuals, families, and consumers. It gets your heart rate up... more
The Public Health Accreditation Board (PHAB) reaccredited the Florida Department of Health as an integrated health department for another five years. 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
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