Florida Hepatitis A Cases Soar Past 1,000Florida has had a reported 1,037 cases of the liver disease hepatitis A this year, nearly double the amount reported for all of 2018, according to numbers posted on the state Department of Health website.
Florida Hepatitis A Outbreak Continues To Grow, With Over 950 Cases Already This YearAn outbreak of Hepatitis A is growing concern among Floridians.
Floridians, Visitors Urged to Get Vaccinated Against MeaslesThe Florida Department of Health is urging state residents and visitors who have not been immunized to get vaccinated.
Health Officials: Former Miami Restaurant Worker Identified As Having Hepatitis AThe Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade says a former restaurant employee tested positive for hepatitis A.
Swimming Advisories Lifted For Crandon Park, North ShoreJust in time for Presidents' Day Weekend, the Florida Department of Health in Miami-Dade County has lifted the swimming advisories for Crandon Park and North Shore.
Mosquito Alert: Positive Tests For West Nile Virus And Dengue Virus In Miami-DadeA mosquito in South Florida has tested positive for the West Nile Virus.
Rabies Alert Lifted In Kendall, Remain In Effect For North Miami BeachOne of three rabies alerts in South Florida is no longer in effect.
Zika Cases In Florida Climb To 84With most of the cases concentrated in Southwest and Southeast Florida, the state has received reports of at least 84 cases of the mosquito-borne Zika virus this year, according to the Florida Department of Health website.
New Rabies Alert In Miami-Dade After Second Cat Tests Positive A new rabies alert has been issued in Miami-Dade County after a second cat tested positive for rabies in North Miami Beach.
Officials Actively Working To Shut Down Opioid Den Below Busy Miami HighwayWhen the sun goes down, more than a few are lighting up crack pipes and injecting opioids underneath the Dolphin 836 Expressway in Miami.
New Rabies Alert Issued In Miami-Dade County After Cat Tests PositiveA new rabies alert has been issued in Miami-Dade County.
Zoo Miami Taking Precautions In Wake Of Ongoing Rabies AlertVisitors at Zoo Miami are being greeted with a warning sign as they first walk in — a rabies alert at the park.
Rabies Alert Extended For Parts Of Miami-Dade CountyResidents in South Miami are on alert for rabies.
Agency Pushed To Give Go-Ahead To Edible MarijuanaA medical marijuana operator is demanding that the Florida Department of Health develop a regulation so vendors can sell edible pot.
‘Test And Treat’ A Strong New Option For New HIV PatientsPeople who test positive for HIV can now get treatment the same day. No more waiting, they take can take the first pill when diagnosed.