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As the COVID-19 Omicron variant spreads in the United States ... more
Covid positivity rates were up, with Florida at 26.5% on Dec. 30, compared to 13.8% on Dec. 23. more
The highly contagious Omicron variant is now competing with the Delta variant in the community causing significant absenteeism. more
COVID-19 cases sharply increased in Florida last week. For the week of Dec. 17-23, covid positivity rates were up, with new positivity in Florida at 13.8% compared to 5.4% previous week. more
For the week of Dec. 10-16, covid positivity rates were up, with Florida at 5.4% compared to 2.5% the previous week. more
Dec. 11 was a day of revitalization and restoration for Yoga participants on the beautiful, flowing Kissimmee River more
Naples Therapeutic Riding Center received a $3,000 grant... more
Today, the Florida Department of Health (FDOH) announced the 2021-2022 grant awards for 17 projects, totaling over $4.6 million, to support research leading to the prevention of … more
“Alzheimer’s disease is a debilitating brain disease that affects approximately 6.2 million Americans ... more
Immokalee Health Fair is to take place on Saturday, Dec. 18... more
 Unvaccinated persons are 13 times more likely to be infected with COVID-19 ... more
Epilepsy Florida began providing free healthcare navigation... more
The Area Agency on Aging for SWFL is seeking individuals who are interested in leading “Living Healthy” workshops... more
Depression and anxiety among teenagers has doubled during the pandemic. more
The majority of Floridians have chosen to be vaccinated against COVID-19. more
People with HIV worldwide who are receiving antiretroviral therapy ... more
At the present time, in this New Age of Technology, the computer does much of the thinking. When human beings use technology to think and reason in determining... more
The Health Care District of Palm Beach County reminds families that free, walk-up access to adult and pediatric doses... more
A new variant of the COVID-19 virus is of special concern. more
PACE aims to improve Indiantown's overall health and well-being. more
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