Fairway Elementary School in Miramar is reporting a case of bacterial meningitis, according to Broward school officials. School principal Michelle Engram-McKnight sent a letter to parents on Tuesday asking them to immediately take their children to a doctor if they begin to display any symptoms suc ... More >>
See also "Broward Whooping Cough Cases Shouldn't Surprise Anyone"According to the most recent data from the Florida Department of Health, 260 cases of whooping cough have been reported throughout the state as of the end of June.That's 120 more cases of the highly contagious respiratory ailment than ... More >>
The Broward County Health Department on Friday afternoon announced that it has confirmed four cases of pertussis, three among school-aged children and one case in an adult. More commonly known as whooping cough, pertussis is a "highly contagious respiratory disease" that can cau ... More >>
hundredyearstorm.comThis is where poo-poo is supposed to go.If your tap water has been tasting a little poopy lately, that's a problem.The Broward County Health Department sent out a drinking water warning yesterday, saying their water system "detected fecal indicators" in one of the wells in Sun ... More >>
Here's a cut-and-paste press release about where and when you can -- finally -- get the swine flu vaccine. Officials at the Broward County Health Department announced Broward County's first H1N1 Vaccination Clinic which shall be open to all members of the public starting Monday, November 30, 2009 ... More >>
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