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Teachers and Students: Please Take a Moment to Complete Type 2 Diabetes Survey

Teachers and Students:  Please Take a Moment to Complete Type 2 Diabetes SurveyLast month, BSCS (Biological Sciences Curriculum Study) sent out an announcement asking K-12 teachers and students to complete an online survey about type 2 diabetes. Because this is a very busy time of year, we want to extend the opportunity for
   

Leon County Health Dept. Issues Mosquito-Borne Illness Advisory

Leon County Health Dept. Issues Mosquito-Borne Illness AdvisoryTallahassee-- The Leon County Health Department announces that there has been increased mosquito-borne disease activity in Leon County. “We have had a confirmed human death due to Eastern equine encephalitis (EEE),” said Dr. Marjorie Kirsch, medi
   

Your Help Is Needed! Please Complete Anonymous Survey about Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in Wakulla

Your Help Is Needed!  Please Complete Anonymous Survey about Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services in WakullaThe Wakulla County Health Department needs your help.  In partnership with the Apalachee Center for Community Mental Health, Disc Village, and others, a survey of key leaders, providers and families is being conducted between now and September 1
   

Article Discusses Tricks to Suppress Your Appetite

Article Discusses Tricks to Suppress Your AppetiteOne of our readers sent this information in today and thought it might be of interest to some of you!  Read on! Publisher, Wakulla.com Seven Tricks to Suppress Your Appetite by Loren ChidoniWomen's Healthupdated 7/9/2010 8:03:47 AM ET Slash
   

Wakulla County Health Dept. Urges Precautionary Measures to Prevent Mosquito-Borne Illnesses

Wakulla County Health Dept. Urges Precautionary Measures to Prevent Mosquito-Borne IllnessesThe Wakulla County Health Department reminds residents and visitors of the importance of protecting against mosquito-borne diseases during the summer rainy season, which includes peak mosquito activity months. The public should remain diligent in
   

Floridians and Visitors Reminded to Avoid Contact with Tar and Oiled Debris

TALLAHASSEE – As part of Florida’s ongoing efforts to help ensure the health and safety of individuals regarding the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the Florida Department of Health (DOH) is reminding Florida’s residents and visitors to avoid contact with o
   

New Tobacco Products Resemble Candy or Breathmints

The tobacco industry has developed a new way to deliver nicotine.  One of the newest products is called Camel Orbs.  This new product is sold as pellets made of finely ground tobacco with mint or cinnamon flavoring.  They resemble
   

Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill - Odor Complaints and Air Quality

Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill - Odor Complaints and Air QualityAs a part of the on-going response to the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill, daily 24/7 air quality monitoring is being conducted to address public concern for crude oil vapors.  The production of this report is being coordinated by BP through the
   

Wakulla County Health Department Announces New Mosquito Control Info

Wakulla County Health Department Announces New Mosquito Control InfoMOSQUITO SEASON IS HERE!!! The Wakulla County Health Department (WCHD) has added a DEDICATED phone line specifically for Mosquito Control.  Citizens may call this dedicated phone line to either request spraying for their yard or request
   

Florida Mental-Health Advocate Discusses Bipolar Disorder in Wakulla

Clint Rayner, Florida’s chief of Consumer and Family Affairs at the Department of Children and Families, had the promise of an exceptionally productive life snatched from him in 1990 when he was diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder at the age of 40.
   

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