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Florida Dept. Health 4h
. just released a brand-new version of their educational app! Teach kids about with interactive games and stories:
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Lake County EM 4h
The Lake County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) is currently at Level 3 – Monitoring as officials track the potential for severe weather this weekend. Sandbags and sand are available at four Lake County...
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Florida SERT 5h
Sub-Tropical Storm has formed near the Yucatan Peninsula and is expected to move into the Gulf this weekend. Residents should prepare for heavy rainfall, flash flooding, and isolated tornadoes. Stay weather aware!
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Florida Dept. Health 5h
Visit for all information about storms, power outages and road conditions:
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Florida Dept. Health 7h
The body temperatures of children can increase three to five times faster than adults! Even when you think it would be safe to leave children or pets in the car for a few minutes - it's not!
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BeReadyEscambia 7h
Escambia County is offering sand for sand bags for residents living in flood-prone areas. The sand is available on a first come, first served basis. Residents must bring their own sandbags and shovels to one of eight locations. More at
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NWS 7h
Thinking of heading to the beach this weekend? Take a couple of minutes to watch something that could very well arm you with knowledge to save your life.
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City of Tallahassee 7h
Six community sandbag locations are open today. Thank you to all the residents who are coming out & preparing!
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Florida Dept. Health 8h
in 's Health Officer, along with county leadership, participated in a press conference to inform about ongoing control efforts & to give residents advice on what to do to breeding & themselves from mosquito bites.
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Miami-Dade Police 8h
reminds you: check weather warnings and forecasts before leaving shore and while at sea. Remain watchful for signs of bad weather and listen to weather radio broadcasts on your VHF radio.
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NHC Atlantic Ops 8h
Heavy rains from Subtropical Storm are expected across the Yucatan Peninsula, western Cuba, and southern Florida for the next few days. Heavy rain will likely begin to affect the central Gulf Coast and southeastern US later this weekend.
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NHC Atlantic Ops 9h
NHC will initiate advisories at 11 AM EDT / 10 AM CDT on Subtropical Storm Alberto located over the northwestern Caribbean Sea.
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Florida Dept. Health 9h
Jasmine Banks, a Students Working Against Tobacco member delivers a presentation to the Board of Commissioners earlier this week. Jasmine shared ’s mission and previewed a photovoice project that will highlight the deceptive tactics of tobacco companies.
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Florida Dept. Health 9h
encourages residents and visitors to practice safety and consider healthy choices this weekend:
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Florida Dept. Health 10h
Driving through flooded roadways can be deadly! Watch and share this  video to see why:  
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NHC Atlantic Ops 11h
7:30 AM New Special Tropical Weather Outlook issued- There is a high chance (90%) of a subtropical or tropical cyclone forming in the northwestern Caribbean Sea or southeastern Gulf of Mexico by Saturday. Heavy rain and rip currents are the main threats for now. Full details:
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Florida Dept. Health 11h
: Students at the Miami-Dade Junior College Medical Center Fred Ascher Allied Health Careers Building study operating room technology in the early 1970s.
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Florida Dept. Health May 24
that as little as 6 inches of moving floodwater can be enough to float and carry away a small vehicle.
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Florida Dept. Health May 24
With all the rain in our forecast over the next few days, learn what to do before, during and after a flood by visiting:
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Florida Dept. Health May 24
In Florida, 59% of adults between the ages of 18-44 have ever been tested for HIV
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