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The highly COVID-19 Omicron variant continues to spread in Florida and Omicron “sub-variant” Omicron BA.2 may be close behind ... more
Listen to your intuition. Merriam Webster defines “intuition” as “the ability to know something without having proof.” An example of intuition is feeling uneasy... more
The Health Department will provide FREE COVID-19 testing on Saturday, Jan. 29 ... more
On Jan. 27, Tobacco Free Florida introduced Live Vape Free, a first-ever program that offers tools and resources ... more
Hendry & Glades Counties - According to the National Weather Service, overnight lows may dip into the high 20’s to low 30’s F° this weekend. more
The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) will host a free virtual Alzheimer’s educational conference for... more
The FDA has revised the aAuthorizations (EUA) for monoclonal antibody treatments ... more
Now more than ever, residents should rely on trusted sources of information for access to COVID-19 testing, vaccinations ... more
The highly contagious COVID-19 Omicron variant continued to spread in Florida in last week … more
With about 200,000 migrant farmworkers in Florida, UF/IFAS Extension and the UF College of Medicine will screen... more
The Florida Department of Health in Hendry County has coordinated with StatLab mobile unit to offer FREE testing for COVID-19. more
Attorney General Ashley Moody is enlisting more soldiers and creating new tools in the fight to end human trafficking in Florida. more
TALLAHASSEE -- The new COVID-19 positivity rate for the State of Florida dropped slightly for the seven day period Jan. 7-13 ... more
Thinking is a product of mental focus that manifests in the body. If you think you are sick, you probably will be. If you think and visualize wellness... more
Norovirus is a food-borne virus that causes food poisoning in millions of people each year. more
The Health Department in LaBelle will host the mobile testing unit to provide free COVID-19 testing. more
Florida’s COVID-19 rate continued to climb last week. more
COVID-19 testing and vaccination sites. more
According to the National Council on Aging, 80% of adults 65 and older have at least one chronic condition. more
Classes resumed at the Hendry County School District Jan. 5 with the following COVID-19 safety protocols: more
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