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Polk County Health Officials Issue Alert For Blue-Green Algae At Tiger Lake-Center
LAKE WALES, Fla – The Florida Department of Health in Polk County has issued a Health Alert for the presence of harmful blue-green algal toxins in Tiger Lake – Center. This is in response to a water sample taken on 03/21/2023. The public should exercise…Read More Polk County Health Officials Issue Alert For Blue-Green Algae At Tiger Lake-Center
Essential Habits To Improve Your Daily Quality of Life
It is easy to confuse quality of life for standard of living, yet the former goes further. Your life’s quality comprises your health, happiness, vitality, leisure, and income. However, like success, everyone has their own set of ideas of what makes a high-quality life. Regardless,…Read More Essential Habits To Improve Your Daily Quality of Life
Voluntary Recall Issued On Some Gerber Powdered Infant Formula
Perrigo has initiated a recall of certain lots of Gerber Good Start SootheProTM Powdered Infant Formula in the U.S. Perrigo says the product is being recalled out of an abundance of caution due to the potential presence of the bacteria, Cronobacter sakazakii. If your product is…Read More Voluntary Recall Issued On Some Gerber Powdered Infant Formula
Some Roadblocks To Lifesaving Addiction Treatment Are Gone. Now What?
For two decades — as opioid overdose deaths rose steadily — the federal government limited access to buprenorphine, a medication that addiction experts consider the gold standard for treating patients with opioid use disorder. Study after study shows it helps people continue addiction treatment while reducing the risk…Read More Some Roadblocks To Lifesaving Addiction Treatment Are Gone. Now What?
‘Medication Aides’ Get Florida Senate Backing
Florida lawmakers continued moving forward Tuesday with a proposal allowing trained certified nursing assistants to give medications to nursing-home residents. The Senate Health and Human Services Appropriations Committee unanimously approved the Senate version of the bill (SB 558), which sponsor Colleen Burton, R-Lakeland, said would…Read More ‘Medication Aides’ Get Florida Senate Backing
Florida Senate Panel Backs 6-Week Abortion Limit
A proposal to prevent abortions after six weeks of pregnancy began moving forward Monday in the Florida Senate. The Senate Health Policy Committee approved the measure (SB 300), after lengthy and often-emotional testimony and debate. A House version (HB 7) got an initial approval last…Read More Florida Senate Panel Backs 6-Week Abortion Limit
Florida COVID-19 Deaths Climb Above 87,000
More than 87,000 Florida residents have died of COVID-19 since the pandemic started in 2020, according to newly released data from the state Department of Health. The data, released Friday, showed the state had a reported 87,141 deaths as of Thursday. That was up from…Read More Florida COVID-19 Deaths Climb Above 87,000
Hillsborough County Kids And Teens In Crisis Can Receive Immediate Help With A Text Message
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY, Fla. – During National Safe Place Week, March 20-26, Hillsborough County Children’s Services wants to remind kids and teens that they can receive immediate help in a crisis. Safe Place is a national initiative locally managed by Hillsborough County Children’s Services that provides…Read More Hillsborough County Kids And Teens In Crisis Can Receive Immediate Help With A Text Message
The US Remains A Grim Leader In Preterm Births. Why? And Can We Fix It?
Tamara Etienne’s second pregnancy was freighted with risk and worry from its earliest days — exacerbated by a first pregnancy that had ended in miscarriage. A third-grade teacher at an overcrowded Miami-Dade County public school, she spent harried days on her feet. Financial worries weighed…Read More The US Remains A Grim Leader In Preterm Births. Why? And Can We Fix It?