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.

Chipotle Tries to Rebuild Trust with Families
Valley News
3/26/2017

State: Jet noise a public health concern
Skagit Valley Herald
3/26/2017

Health of our babies begins to improve, but work remains
Stuart News
3/25/2017

Raising awareness about this dangerous trend could save lives
Gary Crusader
3/25/2017

Cause of father's death still unknown
Daily Item
3/25/2017

BRIEF: Almost 1 million pounds of breaded chicken recalled after metal found inside
Miami Herald
3/25/2017

Bill targets no-fault divorce
Norman Transcript
3/24/2017

SIUE senior tabbed national award winner in public health
Telegraph
3/24/2017

What makes autistic children different? Experts to share the latest research
Macon Telegraph
3/24/2017

BRIEF: Contaminated breaded chicken leads to major recall
Macon Telegraph
3/24/2017

What is your diabetes risk?
Livingston County News
3/23/2017

Durango's After Prom: A cool, safe party
The Durango Herald
3/23/2017

ACA repeal sparks local health concern
The Sylva Herald & Ruralite
3/23/2017

How to prevent household poisionings
Eunice News
3/23/2017

Have a candid, crucial conversation with your doctor
Herald and News
3/22/2017

CCAC North hosting forum slated to address solutions to opiod addiction
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
3/22/2017

HEALTH Mass. nears lofty cancer-screening goal
The Chronicle
3/22/2017

Call for middle and high schools to start later
Times Record
3/22/2017

Health officials approve crop application of water from Obee Road Superfund site
The Hutchinson News
3/21/2017

74,000 pounds of beef recalled Waco meat company recalls 74,000 pounds of beef
Waco Tribune-Herald
3/21/2017

Spring Clean-Up Day
Vinton County Courier
3/21/2017

Health Highlights: March 20, 2017
Farmington Press
3/21/2017

ASAP forum focus is saving lives
The Winchester Sun
3/20/2017

Scare tactics don't protect our children
The Durango Herald
3/20/2017

African strain of Zika virus shown to act more quickly than Asian strain
Sacramento Bee
3/20/2017

Immunization rates plateau in Virginia over recent years
Richmond Times-Dispatch
3/20/2017

Making Sure Pets, Babies Can Live in Harmony
Valley News
3/19/2017

During Public Health Hackathon, students search for solutions to big problems
The Bakersfield Californian
3/19/2017

Public Health's Breast and Cervical Cancer Prevention Program offers free services
Moultrie Observer
3/19/2017

Recall: Idahoans warned to avoid eating soy nut butters and granola linked to E. coli illnesses
Times-News
3/19/2017

Food bill may not increase inspections
Concord Monitor
3/18/2017

Plastic source of toxic chemicals in food chain
Daily Hampshire Gazette
3/18/2017

PORTSMOUTH — A state Department of Environmental Services official listed a number of health effects — including cancer
Portsmouth Herald
3/18/2017

A public health emergency
News-Sun
3/18/2017

Cutting out sodium isn't just dodging a salt shaker
The Herald-Dispatch
3/17/2017

ASPCA announces the Top Pet Toxins of 2016
Hometown Focus
3/17/2017

On Faith: Back on track
Lake County News-Chronicle
3/17/2017

FOOD INSPECTIONS: 5 out of compliance
The York Dispatch
3/17/2017

How older adults can reduce their risk of falls
Livingston County News
3/16/2017

Behaviors that may help reduce risk for colon cancer
Livingston County News
3/16/2017

Third dose of vaccine may be good idea
Sun
3/16/2017

Bottled water sales pass soda sales in U.S.
Sun
3/16/2017

At a glance: Insurance coverage for hearing loss is spotty
The Daily Astorian
3/15/2017

Winter Storm Stella: USDA food safety tips for areas affected by storm
Lewiston-Porter Sentinel
3/15/2017

WESTPORT — The town’s Animal Action Committee spent an hour with Dartmouth Public Health Director Christopher Michaud
The Chronicle
3/15/2017

American Diabetes Association Alert Day
News Graphic
3/15/2017

Fidgeting may be more than child-like behavior
Brunswick News
3/14/2017

Cases of mumps at Penn State continue to increase
Centre Daily Times
3/14/2017

Ag Department urges vigilance after bird flu outbreak
Star-Herald
3/14/2017

Introducing your dog to your baby By Randi Stevenson / Chicago Tribune
Erie Times-News
3/14/2017

Rhett Ellison's father says free agents leaving Vikings because of 'toxic leadership'
Saint Paul Pioneer Press
3/13/2017

Westchester Pork Manufacturer Recalls Salami, Other Meat Products
Rivertowns Daily Voice
3/13/2017

Why no one really knows how many abortions there are in America -- and how to fix the problem
The Herald-Mail
3/13/2017

Workshops: Food safety, grafting in March
Bristol Herald Courier
3/13/2017

Deadly outbreak traced to local cheeses
The Daily Star
3/12/2017

CORRECTION: Food Establishment Inspection Scores: From the Lewis County Public Health Department
The Chronicle
3/12/2017

Heroin, fentanyl miss East Mississippi
Meridian Star
3/12/2017

Free medication for smokers who want to quit
Herald-Tribune
3/12/2017

FOOD INSPECTIONS: 4 out of compliance
The York Dispatch
3/11/2017

Poison posies: Opera Naples offers toxic love tale
Naples Daily News
3/11/2017

Recognize and avoid youth sports injuries
The Logan Daily News
3/11/2017

WEST MILFORD BOE FUNDS 3-D MAP OF TOXIC ZONE
Record
3/10/2017

2nd case of bird flu confirmed in Tenn.
Longview News-Journal
3/10/2017

Power out? Here's what to do with those refrigerated foods
Detroit Free Press
3/10/2017

Sobering data emphasizes state of gender inequality
Times Daily
3/10/2017

Southeastern Idaho Public Health provides free HIV and Syphilis testing
Idaho State Journal
3/9/2017

Data suggests 2017 carries a high risk of Lyme disease
Watertown Daily Times
3/9/2017

Baltimore County resident data used to create national health snapshot
Baltimore Sun
3/9/2017

BRIEF: Gerber recalls food product for toddlers
Dayton Daily News
3/9/2017

Sunnyside Residents Rebel Over Potentially Toxic Site of New Multi-Service Center
Houston Press
3/8/2017

Lambeth touts tobacco-prevention bill Lambeth takes turn trying to expand tobacco-prevention funding in N.C. Legislation would restore funding for prevention programs
Winston-Salem Journal
3/8/2017

More E. coli cases linked to Glenview soy nut butter company; 16 people sick
Chicago Tribune
3/8/2017

Balance, Strength Programs Help Area Seniors Be Fall-Free
The Cape Cod Chronicle
3/8/2017

TCPalm Trending Quick context on what people are talking about on the Treasure Coast - Don't let our toxic algae stories be lost
Stuart News
3/7/2017

Ask Amy: Should toxic mom help daughter deliver new baby?
The Denver Post
3/7/2017

73K infected chickens destroyed Business briefing GM to sell its European brands Soy firm sued over alleged E. coli
Capital
3/7/2017

Public health department to offer certified manager class
The Homer Index
3/7/2017

Physician leader sounds public health alarm
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
3/6/2017

Hep C testing unnecessary for most
Herald-Standard
3/6/2017

Dog food, cheese, butter: 3 recalls to know about today
Dayton Daily News
3/6/2017

Water, other non-sugary drinks best option for kids
Record-Herald
3/6/2017

Time to brush up
The Daily Gazette
3/5/2017

Reps sacrificing public health for profit
The Durango Herald
3/5/2017

Meeting scheduled to hear Lake City sanitation concerns
Florence Morning News
3/5/2017

Local groups and health services work to provide resources for suicide prevention
The Athens Messenger
3/5/2017

Ask Amy: Should toxic mom help daughter deliver new baby? Ask Amy
Winston-Salem Journal
3/4/2017

BRIEF: Waste Management to host job fair on March 9 in Ault
Greeley Tribune
3/4/2017

CDC health data shows how good (and bad) Baltimore looks
Baltimore Sun
3/4/2017

Thousands of birds dead in Idaho after massive outbreak
Idaho State Journal
3/3/2017

Screenings can prevent colorectal cancer
The Herald-Dispatch
3/3/2017

Second toxic algae bloom in some RI waters closes shellfishing
Providence Journal
3/2/2017

Lifestyle coach offers program to lower diabetes risks
Blue Mountain Eagle
3/2/2017

CDC needs Pickens County residents for survey
Anderson Independent-Mail
3/2/2017

Schools, hospitals cope with unusually strong flu season
The Daily Star
3/1/2017

Mancos 'scaling up' workshop promotes wholesale marketing
The Cortez Journal
3/1/2017

New Health Department program is designed to help pregnant women drop the smoking habit
The Sylva Herald & Ruralite
3/1/2017

ETSU College Of Public Health Picked For Peace Corps Fellows Program
The Greeneville Sun
3/1/2017

Connecting The Dots On Community Health
St. Lawrence Plaindealer
2/28/2017

In SOTC, Goodnight ties together public health, safety and city design
Kokomo Tribune
2/28/2017

Parvo outbreak closes park Altus city dog park and kennel closed due to canine parvovirus outbreak
Altus Times
2/28/2017

 
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