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Posted: 01/13/2020 - It's that time of year when going to work can come with a health risk.

Posted: 01/10/2020 - Florida could see a record breaking flu season this year.

Updated: 01/09/2020 - Officials say recent testing shows a December sewage release from Valdosta is moving slower than expected, just now reaching North Florida waterways.

Updated: 01/09/2020 - The health department’s flu review for the start of 2020 shows flu activity remains above levels seen in the previous three seasons.

Updated: 01/08/2020 - The state is being confronted with a $70.4 million loss in the coming months in the amount of Medicaid money it gets to fund hospitals, train future physicians and treat people who are mentally ill.

Updated: 01/04/2020 - November through March is called the flu season and doctors say this year could have more cases than before. Every year the strain of flu changes. That’s why Dr. Van Durme says it is important to get the flu shot every year. Some people question whether the flu shot is effective. Many hear that the vaccine does not work. It is estimated to be

Updated: 01/03/2020 - These days, some families are turning to an individualized approach for autism treatment, known as applied behavioral analysis, or ABA therapy.

Posted: 12/30/2019 - The number of Florida flu related cases being reported is higher than this time last year.

Posted: 12/12/2019 - Experts say on-demand and streaming workouts will reach new heights. In fact, the Global Digital Fitness Market is predicted to climb to $27.4 billion by 2022.

Posted: 12/11/2019 - According to the Florida Department of Health, there have been 103 reported cases statewide of lung injuries connected to e-cigarettes or vaping products.