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.

Q: My New Year's resolution was to get more exercise and
Erie Times-News
2/25/2017

Weighing your health South Jersey black people trying to fight chronic diseases South Jersey black people trying to fight chronic diseases
Press of Atlantic City
2/25/2017

Tester saluted for vote protecting water, health
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle
2/24/2017

Simple steps can spare you from flu
Jefferson County Living
2/24/2017

County chosen for survey
The Easley Progress
2/24/2017

Health, livelihood depend on water
The Clayton Tribune
2/24/2017

Have a chicken salad kit in the fridge? It might be part of a food recall
Macon Telegraph
2/23/2017

TOLL BROTHERS TO BUILD 78 HOMES, ALSO TACKLE TOXINS
Suburban News
2/23/2017

Can you spot the mistakes?
The Brunswick Beacon
2/23/2017

Agencies review public health strategies
Commercial-News
2/23/2017

GOP lawmakers defend work on public health budget
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle
2/22/2017

Bro Metal's Toxic Masculinity Problem
Houston Press
2/22/2017

Flu season continues
The Logan Daily News
2/22/2017

Live healthier and lower your risk for heart disease
Globe Gazette
2/22/2017

Peak flu season: What can you do?
Morning Call
2/21/2017

Sargento expands recall of cheese products
Joplin Globe
2/21/2017

County Health Department Selected To Host CDC Program
Hicksville Illustrated News
2/21/2017

Medications And Foods To Avoid If You Have Heart Disease
Hicksville Illustrated News
2/21/2017

Health advisory issued for flood water around Lake County
Lake County News
2/20/2017

Presidents day openings and closings - INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
Press Journal
2/20/2017

Hit the gym
Chino Champion
2/20/2017

Strategies to improve teen driver safety
The Jackson County Times-Journal
2/20/2017

Few smokers seek lung cancer scans annually
Concord Monitor
2/19/2017

Oregon farm regulators may scale back federal inspections
Capital Press
2/19/2017

Health Talk: WIth hearts on the mind in February, think about heart health
The Northwest Herald
2/19/2017

First rabies case of year in Nebraska confirmed
The North Platte Telegraph
2/19/2017

Fighting the flu is nothing to sneeze at
Johnson City Press
2/18/2017

Stop highly toxic mercury vaccines
Idaho Press-Tribune
2/18/2017

Arkansas Department of Health reports 'widespread' flu activity
Times Record
2/18/2017

Take charge of your health today. Be informed. Be involved
New Pittsburgh Courier
2/18/2017

Presidents day openings and closings - INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
Press Journal
2/17/2017

Your Views for February 17
Hawaii Tribune-Herald
2/17/2017

Hallmark Expands Voluntary Recall
The Delaware Gazette
2/17/2017

Doctors, health officials want broad testing for hepatitis C
The Daily Nonpareil
2/17/2017

Debunking 10 myths about flu
Livingston County News
2/16/2017

ARTIST WITH DISABILITY SHOWCASES HIS WORK AT EXCLUSIVE EXHIBITION IN TENAFLY
Twin-Boro News
2/16/2017

BRIEF: Report: Baileyville millworkers exposed to toxic gas
Bangor Daily News
2/16/2017

Balancing exercises is key Ask the Doctors
Capital
2/16/2017

Attendance on the rise after flu outbreak
Messenger-Inquirer
2/15/2017

Why should you quit smoking? For your heart
The Kentucky Standard
2/15/2017

TDH reminds everyone to get a flu shot
Crossville Chronicle
2/15/2017

Erie County's flu season could be worst since 2009-10 Staff report
Erie Times-News
2/15/2017

Presidents day closings - INDIAN RIVER COUNTY
Press Journal
2/14/2017

Chesnee student diagnosed with viral meningitis
Herald-Journal
2/14/2017

Many Seniors Take Multiple Meds That Can Affect the Brain
Farmington Press
2/14/2017

Riding for a cure
Suffolk News-Herald
2/14/2017

BRIEF: Sargento recalls select varieties of shredded cheese
The Sentinel
2/13/2017

Q & A with Jaclyn Graves, McDaniel's new director of risk management/environmental health and safety
Carroll County Times
2/13/2017

TOXIC MUD
Record
2/13/2017

UNFORTUNATELY, N.J. STILL REST-STOP-DEPRIVED
Record
2/13/2017

Listeria alert: Tainted chicken and pork salad product recalled in Texas
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
2/12/2017

Some Ruth's Salads products recalled
Chester News & Reporter
2/12/2017

WATER CONTAMINATION PFC health advisory levels draw concerns Activists want heightened safeguards
Portsmouth Herald
2/12/2017

Autism awareness grows
Tri-County Times
2/12/2017

Pot Taxes Pay for Public-Health Approach to Drug Use Under "Game-Changing" Plan
Westword
2/11/2017

Opioids 'on everyone's mind' at Public Health Committee hearing
The Day
2/11/2017

Sargento recalls cheese due to possible listeria contamination
Tribune
2/11/2017

Children's Dental Health Month focusing on tap water
Maple Valley News
2/11/2017

TODAY'S SPECIAL ON THE MENU IS INFLUENZA
Clifton Journal
2/10/2017

Minnesota child dies from flu complications as cases multiply
Star Tribune
2/10/2017

BRIEF: O'Fallon, Mo., high school cancels classes Friday after flu outbreak
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
2/10/2017

Letter: Expanded waste program
The Northwest Herald
2/10/2017

CUMBERLAND'S HEROIN EPIDEMIC: Opioid addiction happens in 'days or weeks'
Cumberland Times-News
2/9/2017

BRIEF: Suffolk school closes for third day in a row due to illness
Virginian-Pilot
2/9/2017

Seniors can create a flu fighter kit
Daily Herald
2/9/2017

Tips for handling football snacks
Redwood Falls Gazette
2/8/2017

Plan to regionalize public health departments unpopular in Norwalk area
Hour
2/8/2017

Wheeling-based Evanger's recalls dog food found to contain euthanasia drug
Chicago Tribune
2/8/2017

Report: Toxins found in Cedar Lake fish decline to bare traces
Gazette
2/7/2017

Tips for handling football snacks
Redwood Falls Gazette
2/7/2017

BRIEF: Health inspector finds cockroaches in Rancho Cucamonga restaurant's water system
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
2/7/2017

Gettys student dies from meningitis
The Easley Progress
2/7/2017

Tips for handling football snacks
Redwood Falls Gazette
2/6/2017

Florida Tech to study toxic algae impact on dolphins
Stuart News
2/6/2017

Va. could lose $20M in public health funds with blanket repeal of ACA
Richmond Times-Dispatch
2/6/2017

Massey Center, others push for more HPV vaccination
Richmond Times-Dispatch
2/6/2017

LAKE WALLENPAUPACK Food Safety Certification course
The News Eagle
2/5/2017

Every single trip
The Tidewater News
2/5/2017

CDPH offers food safety tips for Super Bowl Sunday
Lake County News
2/4/2017

Tips on how to beat foodborne illness this Super Bowl
The Herald-Dispatch
2/4/2017

Blood pressure screenings could save your life
The Herald
2/4/2017

Ruth's pimento spread recalled due to Listeria
The Watauga Democrat
2/4/2017

EDITORIAL: 'Contract' plan worthy
Times-Tribune
2/3/2017

Beat foodborne illness this Super Bowl
The Daily Advocate
2/3/2017

Gettys student dies from meningitis
The Easley Progress
2/3/2017

EDITORIAL: Influenza preventable
Hays Daily News
2/3/2017

Simulated public health crises a 'call to action' for these teens
The Bakersfield Californian
2/2/2017

EDITORIAL: Toxic spill in Columbia County
Augusta Chronicle
2/2/2017

Drug-resistant bacteria poses a serious threat for potential pandemic
Deseret News
2/2/2017

Whooping cough outbreak hits Estill County schools
Richmond Register
2/2/2017

Rare E. coli 'superbug' found in LA County patient marks a first for California
Daily News
2/1/2017

Oregon digest
Herald and News
2/1/2017

General Assembly committee addresses porn as problem, but not 'public health hazard'
Virginian-Pilot
2/1/2017

2016 Water Quality Report for City of Lowell and Lowell Charter Township
The Lowell Ledger
2/1/2017

New food handler regulations take effect March 1
Daily Times
1/31/2017

Hollison adding new headquarters
Messenger-Inquirer
1/31/2017

Qualifications, job description determined for Westport public health director role
Herald News
1/31/2017

Northfield Hospital hosts Food Allergy Seminar on Feb. 8
The Kenyon Leader
1/31/2017

Cartoon unfairly singled out Dick White
The Durango Herald
1/30/2017

An uneasy new era for scientists
Daily Hampshire Gazette
1/30/2017

 
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