Healthy You, Healthy Baby
About one in every 33 babies is born with a birth defect. While all birth defects can’t be prevented, it helps to remember that what’s best for your health is also best for your baby. If your future plans include pregnancy, you can increase your chances of having a healthy baby by committing to a healthier lifestyle.
OD2A: Overdose Data To Action is a program that was created to address the overdose crisis in Duval County. Though this program covers all addictions there is a special emphasis on opioid addition and overdoses.Learn more about Addiction and Overdose Prevention
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- The Florida Department of Health Highlights Newborn Screening During Congenital Heart Defects Awareness Week
- The Florida Department of Health Recognizes National Black HIV or AIDS Awareness Day
- Florida Department of Health Calls for Audit of Palm Beach County Health Care District Following Damage to More Than 1,000 Doses of Vaccine
- Governor Desantis' Florida Leads Budget Will Continue Effort to Put Seniors First and Protect the Vulnerable and Will Keep Floridians Healthy
- Florida Department of Health in Duval County Implements 10-Day Quarantine Period for Close Contacts of Confirmed COVID-19 Cases
- The Florida Department of Health in Duval County Issues Mosquito-Borne Illness Advisory
- Florida Department of Health in Duval County Honored for Excellence in Public Health
- DOH-Duval Urges Parents to Maintain Childhood Vaccination Schedules Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
- DOH-Duval Urges Residents to Protect Themselves from Mosquito- and Tick-Borne Illnesses
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