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.

Environmental cleanup begins on highly toxic site in Wood County
The Blade
5/21/2018

Toxic stalling tactics
Portsmouth Herald
5/21/2018

Eggs over easy not recommended
Record-Herald
5/21/2018

From bullied student to No. 1 in class: Elliott is West Morgan's first black male valedictorian
Decatur Daily
5/20/2018

Toxic algae warning lifted at Summit Lake
The Daily World
5/20/2018

Yuma Ag & You: E. coli outbreak sends shockwaves
Sun
5/20/2018

Romaine Lettuce Is Safe To Eat Again After Weeks-Long E. Coli Outbreak
Norwalk Daily Voice
5/19/2018

OG Cuicide Talks Suicide, Social Media, and 20 Years of Hip-Hop
OC Weekly
5/19/2018

Safety tips for little swimmers
Observer-Reporter
5/19/2018

WERNKE: Rhubarb, toxic weed or wonder crop?
Star-Herald
5/19/2018

Homegrown food is safer if gardeners take precautions
The Herald-Dispatch
5/18/2018

More Hep A cases in food service employees reported
The Herald-Dispatch
5/18/2018

Man finds 26 ticks on his body during nature walk
Crossville Chronicle
5/18/2018

Sanitation department to change bag policy after shooting incident
Montgomery Advertiser
5/18/2018

Blount Fine Foods recalls Chicken Tortilla Soup
Herald News
5/17/2018

Gun violence is a public health issue
Daily Hampshire Gazette
5/17/2018

BRIEF: Fire District 6, Public Health Partner for Car Seat Checkup
The Chronicle
5/17/2018

Healthy cooking classes upcoming
Messenger-Inquirer
5/17/2018

Are you on the path to diabetes?
The Durango Herald
5/16/2018

Worried about becoming dependent on opioids?
The Galax Gazette
5/16/2018

This slaughter must end
St. Louis American
5/16/2018

Sanitation Department competition to help redesign metal trash cans
AM New York
5/16/2018

Efforts to battle opioid crisis are 'starting to pay off' in Will County, officials say
The SouthtownStar
5/15/2018

The number of centenarians are increasing in United States
Newberg Graphic
5/15/2018

Study key to knowing health impact of contaminated water
Portsmouth Herald
5/15/2018

Drop-off day scheduled for household hazardous waste
The Herald-Mail
5/15/2018

Protect yourself against Lyme disease
Observer-Reporter
5/14/2018

Kentucky officials tackling opioid crisis
News Enterprise
5/14/2018

Salmonella outbreak cases linked to massive Rose Acre egg recall climbs to 35
Indianapolis Star
5/13/2018

Tick-, flea-, and mosquito-borne diseases tripled since 2004
Cherokee County News-Advocate
5/12/2018

Child diagnosed with typhoid fever
The Lawton Constitution
5/12/2018

Teen e-cigarette use concerns school and health officials
The Logan Daily News
5/12/2018

Congress seeks data on firefighter cancer risk
Duluth News-Tribune
5/12/2018

Lehigh Valley restaurant inspections: April 29-May 5
Morning Call
5/11/2018

Drug overdose deaths continue to increase | King County Public Health
Enumclaw Courier-Herald
5/11/2018

Madera meat company was put on notice by USDA twice. PETA wants criminal investigation
The Fresno Bee
5/11/2018

Editorial: Spring brings an uptick of hazards
Albany Democrat-Herald
5/11/2018

OPINION: Yes, vaccines are safe for your children
Moscow-Pullman Daily News
5/10/2018

Experts call for look at public health implications of medical marijuana
Chattanooga Times Free Press
5/10/2018

Sure, lettuce is good for you. However ...
The Coeur d'Alene Press
5/10/2018

EARTHTALK: Avoiding BPA Exposure: Not So Easy Anymore
Portland Tribune
5/10/2018

EDITORIAL: Toxic City: Cleaning up Philly's contaminated schools has a huge price tag
Philadelphia Inquirer
5/9/2018

Sex ed in Arizona falls short
Casa Grande Dispatch
5/9/2018

Is it safe to eat romaine yet?
San Jose Mercury News
5/9/2018

E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce has spread to Minnesota, sickening 10 so far
Saint Paul Pioneer Press
5/9/2018

It's the bacterial toxins that cripple cells in infections, study finds infrastructure
Columbus Daily Reporter
5/8/2018

Mind and Body: What parents need to know about bullying
The Winchester Sun
5/8/2018

Eddy Packaging Co. recalls smoked sausage products
Jacksonville Daily Progress
5/8/2018

EDITORIAL: We need to know more about gun violence to prevent it
Bangor Daily News
5/8/2018

Future of health center now up in the air
The Southwest Community Connection
5/7/2018

Flood waters in New Brunswick raise concerns for health and safety
Red Deer Advocate
5/7/2018

Finding nutrient dense vegetables: Greens are good for you
Fergus Falls Daily Journal
5/7/2018

Here's how to prevent tick bites on people, pets
Dayton Daily News
5/7/2018

Idaho's schools have a vax gap
Lewiston Morning Tribune
5/6/2018

Public health departments combat STD, STI increases in Southern Oregon
Herald and News
5/6/2018

Dear Annie Young toxic couple should consider breaking up
Portsmouth Herald
5/6/2018

EDITORIAL: Thinking 'Blue" for the community's health
Daily Messenger
5/6/2018

Newport Dollar General remains closed for rodent infestation
Perry County Times
5/5/2018

Stay safe, remember the roots of Cinco De Mayo | Public Health Insider
Enumclaw Courier-Herald
5/5/2018

E. coli forum: Experts discuss illness and how to avoid it
Sun
5/5/2018

Speaking of Your Health: Spring animals
The Logan Daily News
5/5/2018

A movement where silence speaks louder than words
The Riverdale Press
5/4/2018

Autism rates up in N.J., U.S., report says Autism rates jump in N.J., U.S., new report shows
Press of Atlantic City
5/4/2018

Bug-bite diseases are on the rise nationwide: What to watch out for in Illinois
Chicago Tribune
5/4/2018

Lehigh Valley restaurant inspections: April 22-28
Morning Call
5/4/2018

Stroke awareness aids with prevention
Livingston County News
5/3/2018

Sports briefs: Ken Bell meet, Outlaws to meet Toxic Cherries
The Record-Eagle
5/3/2018

Statistics stark about opioid use
ThisWeek Community Newspapers
5/3/2018

OURS: Regional must move quickly on medical waste
The Rapid City Journal
5/3/2018

South Carolina governor orders DHEC to clean up Moncks Corner tire mess
Post & Courier
5/2/2018

Ripon will host Town Hall meeting on opioid epidemic Monday
Ripon Commonwealth Press
5/2/2018

Twin Ports mayors call on Superior refinery to stop using highly toxic chemical
Star Tribune
5/2/2018

Five local cases of E. coli illness linked to lettuce
Tukwila Reporter
5/1/2018

Five local cases of E. coli illness linked to lettuce | Department of Health
Enumclaw Courier-Herald
5/1/2018

E.coli update, and what you can do (or not do)
Courier-Tribune
5/1/2018

Everyone romaine calm
The Coeur d'Alene Press
5/1/2018

Op-ed: Obesity — America's enemy No. 1
Deseret News
4/30/2018

Event to bring Zika awareness
Valley Morning Star
4/30/2018

Flashback Friday: A toxic remedy and train wrecks figurative and literal
Brunswick News
4/27/2018

Lehigh Valley restaurant inspections: April 15-21
Morning Call
4/27/2018

More Summit County residents overdose as opioid dangers now lurk in all street drugs
Akron Beacon Journal
4/27/2018

Philadelphia Daily News David Rubin column
Philadelphia Daily News
4/27/2018

Copper Toxicity
Montevideo American-News
4/26/2018

Public health emergency drill scheduled for today
Watertown Daily Times
4/26/2018

Storm season coming; know the weather dangers
Moultrie Observer
4/26/2018

Autism on the rise again -- 1 in 59 children in St. Louis are diagnosed by age 8
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
4/26/2018

Human waste is making a Denali glacier toxic. The park service is demanding change from climbers.
Alaska Dispatch News
4/25/2018

Hepatitis reported in NEA
The Jonesboro Sun
4/25/2018

Silicon Valley Community Foundation widens probe of 'toxic' workplace
San Jose Mercury News
4/25/2018

Shaheen questions Air Force secretary on PFAS health study Says 1,500 people exposed from Pease water 'are anxious about their future'
Portsmouth Herald
4/25/2018

Opioid-overdose deaths cost Washington state billions, study says
Seattle Times
4/24/2018

A New Youth Jail Would Be a Public Health Problem
Seattle Weekly
4/24/2018

Gun control group aims to talk with owners, find fixes
The Winchester Star
4/24/2018

State environmental and health regulators assessed fines of
Salina Journal
4/24/2018

Licensed to pill: Little scrutiny of doctors who overprescribe addictive opioids
Herald-Tribune
4/23/2018

Wegmans says its romaine lettuce is safe to eat following a public health warning from the Centers for Disease Control and
Livingston County News
4/23/2018

Let's Get Moving program in Vancouver inspires healthy changes
Columbian
4/23/2018

ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE
Pittsburgh City Paper
4/23/2018

'Deaths of despair' on the rise in Virginia
Free Lance-Star
4/22/2018

Do fish you eat carry blue-green algae toxins?
Stuart News
4/22/2018

 
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