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    9355 113th St. # 7483
 Seminole, FL 33775

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    9355 113th St. N., #7483 Seminole Fla 33777
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  The Florida Department of Health, in collaboration with the Florida Medical Association (FMA), has produced a complimentary, two-credit Continuing Medical Education (CME) course, Healthiest Weight: A Life Course Approach. This CME course is available free of charge to all physicians who are licensed in the state of Florida and underscores the importance of cliniciansRead More


An outside group of hackers targeted Community Health Systems’ computer network and stole 4.5 million individuals’ nonmedical patient data, the company disclosed Monday in a regulatory filing. The Franklin, Tenn.-based chain, which says it has 206 hospitals in 29 states, said a group originating in China used highly sophisticated malware and technology in the criminalRead More


Totally Self Contained Growing System Hyperponic Farms Organic Growth Systems is a hybrid system developed by combining the best qualities of hydroponics and aeroponics. Our patent pending CropTowerTM utilizes both technolgies in a specially designed environment where air, water and nutrients are carefully controlled to provide plants with optimum growing conditions. The CropTowerTM is manufacturedRead More


We continue to monitor the Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Lagos, Nigeria. Cases in Nigeria thus far have been linked to healthcare and household-related exposures from a single imported case, and containment appears to be successful so far. Community transmission of EVD is ongoing in Guinea, Liberia, and SierraRead More


EPI Watch Monthly Epidemiology and Preparedness Newsletter & Selected Reportable Diseases in Pinellas County Report. Increase in Cryptosporidiosis in Pinellas County, 2014 Cryptosporidium is a parasite that causes an acute diarrheal illness referred to as cryptosporidiosis. There are many species of Cryptosporidium that infect the intestinal tract of humans and animals… Click here to readRead More


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