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The pace of the day can be exhausting when our lives become filled every minute with working... more
OKEECHOBEE -- Mosquito control spraying is scheduled for Monday, Dec.  5, through Wednesday, Dec. 7 ...   more
The Alzheimer Association will host virtual Brain Bus events and support groups. more
Q: What makes holiday food safety different from everyday meals? more
There is no FDA-approved human vaccine for nontyphoidal salmonella, which kills... more
A new medical practice is opening in Okeechobee, and it is like nothing we’ve seen before. more
The Florida Department of Health is monitoring an above average number of cases of respiratory syncytial virus... more
ADHD is a commonly misunderstood psychiatric disorder. It affects 4.5% of the population... more
The 16th Annual Okeechobee Family Health and Safety Expo will be a fun-filled, educational day for the entire family. more
Menopause usually starts between 45 and 53; very few women have menopause after age 53. more
The Okeechobee County Board of Commissioners  designated Oct. 24, 2022 as World Polio Day in Okeechobee County. more
Okeechobee County Florida Department of Health staff and personnel will carry NARCAN and initiate... more
A 33-year-old Okeechobee woman made a difficult decision recently when she chose to undergo a double mastectomy ... more
Retired firefighter Luis Garcia is scheduled to teach a Narcan training course to Okeechobee Department of Health employees on Oct. 21 from 9-10:30 a.m. more
OKEECHOBEE – October is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month in Okeechobee. more
The Alzheimer’s Association will provide the following webinars to the public... more
“Balancing” the human body incorporates all of the appendages to walk straight, run and sit without falling. 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
The State of Florida is responding to an increase in fentanyl overdoses. All Floridians are advised... more
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