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When the Sun's Up, Make Sure You are Covered Up

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This UV Safety Month serves as a reminder for all Floridians and visitors to protect themselves from harmful ultraviolet (UV) rays that can cause damage to your skin and cause skin cancer. There are two common types of skin cancer—basal cell and squamous cell carcinomas—are curable. Melanoma is less common but is more dangerous and can sometimes result in death. These three types of skin cancer are mostly caused by overexposure to UV light.

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Congressman Neal Dunn hosted a roundtable at Chipola College focusing on the Opioid epidemic challenging the Jackson County area and state. DOH-Jackson Health Officer Sandon S. Speedling, MHS, CPM participated to provide perspective from the local public department. Reducing the demand of over-prescribing, cutting off the illicit drug supply, assisting those struggling with addiction through evidence-based treatment and recovery support services were discussion outcomes. ================================================ Human trafficking victims are men, women, and children of all socio-economic, religious, and cultural backgrounds. Look beneath the surface—a victim of human trafficking may look like many of the people you see each day. Human trafficking is modern-day slavery. Find out more about human trafficking at the National Human Trafficking Hotline http://bit.ly/2f3Yjlm ================================================ FDOH JACKSON COUNTY FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAM ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The Family Planning program at Jackson County Health Department is a federally funded program open to women of childbearing age and their partners.

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