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One social media trend relying on peer pressure is online video clips of people misusing nonprescription ... more
Untreated, congestive heart failure has the same 5 year survival as pancreas cancer.  Not good. more
“This summer we lost two children under the age of 20 to suicide,” Leah Suarez of Okeechobee Our Village told Okeechobee County Commissioners … more
More than 17,000 children and adults in Okeechobee County are categorized as food insecure ... more
According to the Center for Disease Control, nearly 71,000 people in the United States died from drug overdose in 2019. more
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is extending a key funding flexibility in the WIC program... more
The Florida Department of Health in wants to make sure residents and visitors stay safe this holiday weekend. more
As mentioned, many times previously, “muscle memory is created, first, in the mind” then... more
National Suicide Prevention Week is Sept. 4 through Sept. 10, 2022, is a time to increase awareness and encourage... more
Nearly a third of the population of Florida has tested positive for COVID-19 at least once ... 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
One of the best Yoga practices was created by B.K.S. Iyengar which he describes fully... more
When practicing Yoga, we become consciously aware of our thoughts and actions, thus Yoga awakens the mind and body. more
Florida’s COVID-19 new case positivity rate remains high, at 20.7% for July 22-28, according to the Florida Department of Health. more
Over the next few days we'll be recognizing a few of our colleagues who have won an HCA Healthcare Award of Distinction. more
Most of Florida is at high risk for COVID-19 according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). more
IRSC - Indian River State College’s Intro to Healthcare students visited HCA Florida Raulerson Hospital... more
Our Village Okeechobee is helping patients obtain insurance. more
The State of Florida has seen an exponential increase in overdoses associated with fentanyl. more
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