New Local Cases Of Zika ConfirmedSix more locally acquired cases of the mosquito-borne Zika virus have been confirmed by the state's health department.
Broward Teen Beats Odds Against Brain-Eating AmoebaA Broward teen has beaten the odds against a brain-eating amoeba.
Person Gets Brain-Eating Amoeba While Swimming In BrowardA person is hospitalized in Broward after they contracted a brain-eating amoeba while swimming.
Florida DOH Investigating Possible Non-Travel Zika Case In Miami-DadeThe Florida DOH announced on Tuesday that it’s invtestigating a possible non-travel related case of Zika virus in Miami-Dade County.
State Pushes To Release Investor Names In Pot DisputeLawyers for the Florida Department of Health have given a Jacksonville nursery until Monday to take action on an attempt to keep secret a list of pot investors.
Number Of Children Skipping Out On Shots Rising In FloridaThe number of children showing up to school without their required shots is on the rise, according to the Florida Department of Health.
Senate Panel Narrowly Approves Armstrong ConfirmationIn a 5-4 vote, a Senate panel on Tuesday approved the confirmation of Surgeon General John Armstrong as secretary of the Florida Department of Health.
Broward Emergency, Health Officials Talk Zika Preps & PreventionBroward Emergency Management and health officials held a meeting to talk about Zika prevention and preparedness.
Police, Fire & More To Participate In Emergency Drill Across Miami-DadeSeveral law enforcement agencies, fire rescue departments and other organizations will be participating in a massive emergency drill across Miami-Dade County on Saturday, February 6th.
Nurseries Seek To Block Pot ProductionIn the latest twist in a nearly two-year struggle to offer limited types of medical-marijuana in Florida, three nurseries filed a lawsuit Tuesday seeking to at least temporarily block competitors from starting to produce the cannabis.
$16M Given To Florida Groups For Cancer ResearchA number of Florida organizations are getting money for cancer research and tobacco-related diseases.
Lawmakers Seek Changes In Children's Health Program EligibilityAfter months of controversy, the Florida Department of Health on Monday resumed eligibility screening for the Children's Medical Services program, which serves kids with serious and chronic health conditions.