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Florida Dept. Health 3h
Replying to @Lifeisgood4sho
Please contact Medical Quality Assurance for assistance with this: Email: MedicalQualityAssurance@flhealth.gov or Telephone: (850) 488-0595
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Florida Dept. Health 3h
this weekend and enjoy time with friends and family – take a walk, play volleyball at the beach or go for a swim!
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OneBlood 5h
What happens to my blood after I donate? Check out the journey of blood from donor to patient.
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Florida Dept. Health 5h
Replying to @Lifeisgood4sho
For this issue, please file a complaint at
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DOH Polk 6h
Do you ? There's a new resource that can help.
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Florida SERT 7h
Elevated risk of rip currents at many FL beaches today. Check your local beach forecast at & know the warning flags!
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Florida Dept. Health 6h
Download the perfect tool to help you & friends take turns supervising kids by being a :
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FL Health Emerald 9h
DOH-Bay: get tested from 10A-2P at the Piggly Wiggly in Bonifay today. Free, fast and private.
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Florida Dept. Health 7h
participated in the 19th annual Family Café last weekend. Staff connected attendees with free information, training & networking.
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Florida Dept. Health 8h
Smoking may be the first leading cause of , but that the second is ? Learn more:
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Florida Dept. Health 10h
Have you ever been on the phone (even hands-free) & not remembered some of the journey or thought the time flew by? Stop !
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Florida Dept. Health Jun 22
If you’re visiting a beach this weekend, remember to swim near a lifeguard stand or swim w/ buddy.
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Florida Health Duval Jun 22
Stay safe in the sun! Wear wide brim hats, UVA and UVB sunglasses and apply sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher every 30 minutes.
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Florida Health Duval Jun 22
Enjoy the benefits of exercising 5 or more days each week for 30 minutes. Learn how at the “Eat Well, Be Well Block Party”.
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FEMA Jun 22
continues to bring heavy rain to several states. If you come across a flooded road, don’t risk it. Look for an alternate route.
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CDC STD Jun 22
Make protecting you & your partner easy with these simple steps on how to use a . The right way. Every time<
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DOH-Hernando Jun 22
Nursing Director Virginia Crandall,MPH recently spoke to the women's ministry of Brooksville Wesleyan on reducing infant mortality.
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Florida Dept. Health Jun 22
Best way to prevent is w/ mosquito control: drain standing water, use repellent & cover with proper clothes.
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FL Health Collier Jun 22
At least once a week, anything that can hold water should be emptied, turned over, covered or thrown away. Stop mosquitoes before they bite.
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Florida Dept. Health Jun 22
in challenged county’s Human Services to see which agency would have most employees donate blood. won!
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