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When Hurricane Ian blasted Florida with Category 4 intensity, it brought with it gale force winds and massive flooding, but no one expected a flesh-eating virus. more
The Florida Department of Health in Orange County has issued a Health Caution for the presence of blue-green algae in Lake Apopka. more
Orange County Mosquito Control has identified approximately 93,000 acres with an increased mosquito population that will receive this additional aerial treatment. more
The Florida Department of Health in Orange County’s Vaccination team will offer Free Monkeypox Vaccine during the Come Out With Pride events. more
"Throughout my years in dentistry, many parents have asked me questions such as, "Why are my child's gums bleeding" or "Whenever I floss my child's teeth, the gums start to bleed." more
With the flooding produced by Hurricane Ian, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County reminds residents and visitors of the importance of protecting themselves against mosquito-borne illnesses. more
With the flooding produced by Hurricane Ian, the FDOH in Orange County reminds residents and visitors of the importance of protecting themselves against mosquito-borne diseases.  more
If you lose power during the hurricane, University of Florida food safety experts say you need to keep the food in your fridge out of the danger zone, or it could make you sick. more
Hey guys, Andre the Farmer here, and today we’re going to talk about my favorite aspect of permaculture - earth care. Now I often hear people talking about how we need to save the planet. … more
With the newly formulated COVID-19 booster shot now available and flu season just around the corner, a natural question is whether there is an optimal timing for the two shots. more
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