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Okeechobee County reported an increase in cases of Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV)   the first week in December ... more
These wide-legged poses are an excellent “wake-up” call for the body. more
It’s considered “the most wonderful time of year,” but to some, it’s anything but. more
More than 5.8 million Floridians, or almost 40% of the population, live with a potentially... more
Project Response, OCSO, St. Lucie County and Okeechobee Health Department are ... more
When it comes to holiday planning, the last thing on anyone’s list is a bout with food poisoning. more
A recent MarketWatch Guides survey revealed that 52% of Americans are planning... more
The new MyACCESS portal will be available in English, Spanish, Creole and introduces... more
The Florida Department of Health website has a COVID-19 dashboard with county-by-county... more
OKEECHOBEE – Nov12-18 is National Nurse Practitioner Week in Okeechobee County. more
The ABCs of Safe Sleep is a simple way to remind parents of the best practices to use.... more
The Florida Department of Health website has added a COVID-19 dashboard with county-by-county information ... more
The opioid crisis affects people in more ways than one might think. more
 HCA Florida Lawnwood Hospital, a 435-bed full-service acute care facility, and part of HCA Florida Healthcare, the largest healthcare system in the … more
A recent outbreak of bed bugs across Europe has prompted many to question ... more
Despite years of battling breast cancer, Lisa Thomas has no plans to give up any time soon. more
Florida’s COVID-19 decreased slightly last week according to the Florida Department of Health report for Set. 22-28, released Sept. 29. more
Food safety matters to us all. Engaging in safe food handling procedures can prevent... more
Breast cancer is extremely common, affecting 1 in 8 women.  more
Breast cancer is extremely common, affecting 1 in 8 women.  more
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