News Archive

Listed below are the last 100 news headlines posted to The Network of Care for Public Health Assessment and Wellness. You can also use the search box to find archived news headlines by keyword.

asty flu season showing signs of winding down in US
Longview News-Journal
2/24/2018

Largest salmonella outbreak linked to live poultry
Renton Reporter
2/24/2018

BRIEF: Harris named state health officer
Decatur Daily
2/23/2018

New Environmental Justice Bureau aims to aggressively target environmental health
The Bakersfield Californian
2/23/2018

Flu hospitalizations tick up again in Lucas County this year
The Blade
2/23/2018

OPINION: Toxic term limits plague Michigan politics
The Blade
2/23/2018

Know your health numbers
Livingston County News
2/22/2018

Packed town hall showcases finalists for Austin Public Health director
Austin American-Statesman
2/22/2018

Health officer reports on TB outbreak
The Star Democrat
2/22/2018

Kelly appoints four new administrators
Albuquerque Journal
2/22/2018

Do you have chickens or ducks? Here are some tips to avoid salmonella
Bellingham Herald
2/21/2018

Largest salmonella outbreak linked to live poultry
Maple Valley & Covington Reporter
2/21/2018

Cruel flu season marches on
Van Buren County Democrat
2/21/2018

Cincinnati flu numbers among worst in the nation; UC students suffer
The News Record: University of Cincinnati
2/21/2018

Common medications that are toxic to your pets
Wilsonville Spokesman
2/20/2018

Cache residents concerned about homemade food bill
The Herald Journal
2/20/2018

Remembering Dorchester
The Banner
2/20/2018

Hotline provides answers to consumers' food safety questions
Indiana AgriNews
2/20/2018

Value added agricultural grants now available
Hutchinson Leader
2/19/2018

Fever Pitch: How does the flu affect you?
St. Joseph News-Press
2/19/2018

County: Flu more severe than before
The Steuben Courier Advocate
2/18/2018

TOXIC SECRETS INVESTIGATIVE SERIES ON NORTHJERSEY.COM
Record
2/18/2018

Non Toxic Portsmouth continues push for natural grass field
Portsmouth Herald
2/18/2018

Registrations still open for food safety training course
The North Platte Telegraph
2/18/2018

Massachusetts needs to consider opening safe injection sites
Herald News
2/17/2018

Public Health shuts down Bellevue's Lunchbox Laboratory for no hot water
Bellevue Reporter
2/17/2018

Increase in Mass. flu cases starts to taper, but season far from over
Boston Herald
2/17/2018

Flu still widespread, with vaccine only 36 percent effective
Buffalo News
2/17/2018

Lehigh Valley restaurant inspections: February 4-10
Morning Call
2/16/2018

Schools warn parents after increase in students vaping
Herald News
2/16/2018

Meat is meat, not a science project
Ag Journal
2/16/2018

Letters
Hometown News: Port Orange, South Daytona, Ponce Inlet, Daytona Beach Shores
2/16/2018

BRIEF: Look here to find out how well your favorite Whatcom eatery does with food safety
Bellingham Herald
2/15/2018

Toys, toothbrushes leach toxic metals onto beaches: SFU
Abbotsford News
2/15/2018

BRIEF: Legionnaires' Disease diagnosed at Southern Illinois mental health facility
Belleville News-Democrat
2/15/2018

Flu outbreak results in local school closings
The Newport Plain Talk
2/15/2018

Not too late to get a flu shot
East Peoria Times-Courier
2/14/2018

Good agricultural practices: Farm food safety training held in Sioux Falls Feb. 24
Farm Forum
2/14/2018

Gov. Mark Dayton, bipartisan legislators propose new tax on prescription opioids to address problem
Star Tribune
2/14/2018

Governor Cooper Urges Precautions to Avoid Flu, Fight Its Spread
The Stanly News & Press
2/14/2018

Flu update: Just how bad has it been in King County | Public Health Insider
Enumclaw Courier-Herald
2/13/2018

Flu Case Count Climbs In Hudson Valley
Rivertowns Daily Voice
2/13/2018

For first time in a decade, Public Health department hires nutritionist to battle rising obesity rates
The Bakersfield Californian
2/13/2018

Flu hits Hancock and Winnebago counties
Globe Gazette
2/13/2018

Province gives FNHA $20 million to combat overdose emergency
North Island Gazette
2/12/2018

Simotas seeks safer packaging for toxic laundry pods
TimesLedger Newspapers
2/12/2018

Time to brush up
Mesquite News
2/12/2018

Purdue health expert says it's not too late to get a flu shot
The Truth
2/12/2018

Commentary: Fighting the opioid epidemic by understanding it
The Daily Herald
2/11/2018

Southeastern Idaho Public Health holds Diaper Drive in Pocatello
Idaho State Journal
2/11/2018

EDITORIAL: The time for talk is over
The Ironton Tribune
2/11/2018

Minden residents protest lack of action in 'toxic town'
Register-Herald
2/11/2018

Opioid epidemic costs WV $8.8 billion annually
Jackson Star News
2/10/2018

Indoor plants can purify air, enhance mental health
The Herald-Dispatch
2/10/2018

Flu peak? Confirmed cases of influenza down last week in ND
The Jamestown Sun
2/10/2018

Prescription for disaster
Pharos-Tribune
2/10/2018

Lehigh Valley restaurant inspections: January 28-February 3
Morning Call
2/9/2018

Show your loved one you care by helping them quit smoking
Herald News
2/9/2018

County says to take flu seriously
Hometown News: Vero Beach
2/9/2018

Opioid epidemic costs WV $8.8 billion annually
Jackson Star News
2/9/2018

Already bad flu season not quite over yet
Newberg Graphic
2/8/2018

M-DCPS and CDC recommend ways to prevent, minimize effects of flu
Coral Gables News
2/8/2018

Crisis hits pregnant moms hard
Casa Grande Dispatch
2/8/2018

Clinton County eateries inspected Clinton County eateries inspected
The News Journal
2/8/2018

EDITORIAL: Try to prevent flu's late surge
The Advocate
2/7/2018

Pennsylvania flu deaths rise by two dozen
Morning Call
2/7/2018

School buses don't have to be toxic
The Gallup Independent
2/7/2018

Ohio county heroin coalition sees some hope in battle
The Daily Advocate
2/7/2018

Answers sought on delivery of pills to Southern WV
The Herald-Dispatch
2/6/2018

What You Need to Know to Reduce Your Risk of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Noozhawk
2/6/2018

Not too late to get a flu shot
Woodford Times
2/6/2018

Lizard in her lettuce Kittery woman 'revolted,' concerned for public health
Portsmouth Herald
2/6/2018

CDC focuses on fighting flu after Brenda Fitzgerald resignation
Washington Times
2/5/2018

Deja flu? This year's influenza outbreak doesn't come close to the one in 1918
High Point Enterprise
2/5/2018

Walworth and Rock counties to gain full-time employees working on opioid crisis
Janesville Gazette
2/5/2018

Company withdraws application for oilfield waste facility
Bismarck Tribune
2/5/2018

Food safety manageable with training, information
Longview News-Journal
2/4/2018

Dirty water taking toll on Americans' health, wallets
Capital
2/4/2018

PORTSMOUTH
Portsmouth Herald
2/4/2018

Advances in treatment for Parkinson's
Portsmouth Herald
2/4/2018

Flu season is hitting us especially hard this year
Port Orchard Independent
2/3/2018

Afraid of getting the flu? 6 things to do at home
Capital
2/3/2018

Speaking of Your Health: American Heart Month
The Logan Daily News
2/3/2018

Vaccines, other measures recommended to interrupt flu 'epidemic'
Carroll County Times
2/2/2018

BRIEF: St. Lawrence names new public health director
Watertown Daily Times
2/2/2018

Panera Bread recalls cream cheese amid listeria fears
NJBIZ
2/2/2018

Clear Choice offers flu-fighting services
West Seneca Bee
2/1/2018

County’s eateries inspected Clinton County eateries inspected
The News Journal
2/1/2018

February is National Children's Dental Health Month
Pickens County Progress
2/1/2018

SISD attendance holding steady despite high flu outbreak
Stephenville Empire-Tribune
1/31/2018

OPINION: Don't let politics get in the way of medical care
Moscow-Pullman Daily News
1/31/2018

Flu cases on the rise
Bertie Ledger-Advance
1/31/2018

Toxic waste from coal ash pits leaching into Illinois' only National Scenic River
Chicago Tribune
1/31/2018

Medical Reserve Corps seeking volunteers from community
Bedford Now
1/30/2018

Severe flu season continues, flu shots can still help
Snoqualmie Valley Record
1/30/2018

Lawmakers press city on landfill Attorney says public health is primary concern
Portsmouth Herald
1/30/2018

BRIEF: Allegheny County Health Department accepting entries for annual environmental poster contest
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
1/30/2018

Medical Reserve Corps seeking volunteers from community
Bedford Now
1/29/2018

Algae blooms continue but toxins decline in Jefferson County lakes
Peninsula Daily News
1/29/2018

Get up, get active to lower your risk for heart disease
The Daily Progress
1/29/2018

 
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