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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

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

Putnam: Food safety important part of eating out, cooking
Longview News-Journal
4/22/2018

New public campaign on opioids introduced
The Athens Messenger
4/22/2018

Illness among Nome prison inmates exposed to lettuce is key to solving nationwide E. coli outbreak
Alaska Dispatch News
4/21/2018

Expanded investigation Into multi-state E. coli infections linked to romaine lettuce
The Herald News
4/21/2018

Getting recovering Ohioans back to work
The Logan Daily News
4/21/2018

Food safety certification being offered
The Robesonian
4/21/2018

State warns Alaskans about eating romaine lettuce products after apparent E. coli outbreak in Nome prison
Alaska Dispatch News
4/20/2018

Nutrient load reduction key to reducing toxins
Okeechobee News
4/20/2018

Warning! Avoid all chopped store-bought romaine lettuce
San Jose Mercury News
4/20/2018

Throw away romaine lettuce
Swanton Enterprise
4/20/2018

Campaign will focus on safe teen driving
Advance-News
4/19/2018

Naloxone prevented 26% of possible overdose deaths in B.C.: study
Abbotsford News
4/19/2018

Olive Tree issued warning letter by county health agency
ThisWeek Community Newspapers
4/19/2018

Walmart Wellness Day on Saturday
The Logan Daily News
4/19/2018

Beth Frailey honored as public health leader
Dallas County News
4/18/2018

Publix the latest to issue recall on extra large eggs
Stuart News
4/18/2018

Boone Walmart takes eggs off shelves due to recall
The Watauga Democrat
4/18/2018

New administrator proposed for public health
Clarinda Herald-Journal
4/18/2018

E. coli infections linked to lettuce
Idaho Press-Tribune
4/17/2018

UT forms opioid task force in response to epidemic
The Blade
4/17/2018

Savvy Senior: Could you have diabetes?
The Logan Daily News
4/17/2018

Session successful despite toxic environment, says Thayer
Georgetown News-Graphic
4/17/2018

200 Million Eggs Recalled Over Salmonella Fears
Rivertowns Daily Voice
4/16/2018

Pedestrian Deaths On Rise, State Health Department Says
Rivertowns Daily Voice
4/16/2018

BRIEF: Nine people in PA infected with E. Coli in national outbreak, CDC says
Morning Call
4/16/2018

LETTER: Steve King proposes 'perverse, chaotic and toxic' bill
Sioux City Journal
4/16/2018

Drug overdoses are now killing more Americans under the age of 50 than any other cause
Erie Times-News
4/15/2018

BRIEF: More than 200 million Hyde County farm eggs recalled over salmonella fears
Virginian-Pilot
4/15/2018

Giant Eagle recalls items made with romaine lettuce due to E. coli risk
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
4/15/2018

SOOKE HISTORY: 1953 polio epidemic took Sooke by storm
Sooke News Mirror
4/14/2018

League of Women Voters calls for gun safety laws
The Bozeman Daily Chronicle
4/14/2018

'Do not feed your dog the product': There could be listeria in the food
Miami Herald
4/14/2018

Delaware Public Health issues advisory about ?JUULing'
Delaware State News
4/13/2018

OUTBREAK OF E. COLI HITS NJ, 6 OTHERS
Record
4/13/2018

Lehigh Valley restaurant inspections: March 25-31
Morning Call
4/13/2018

Community notes
Hometown News: Fort Pierce
4/13/2018

Alaska fentanyl overdose deaths more than quadrupled in a year
Alaska Dispatch News
4/12/2018

Annual 5K Run/Walk For Autism On Tap
Daily News-Record
4/12/2018

Cottage Food Producer Food Safety Training to be held in Bemidji
The Pilot-Independent
4/12/2018

Foreign matter contamination behind recall of Salisbury steak products
Crossville Chronicle
4/12/2018

Schneiderman warns Trump: Don't play with 9/11 hero health agency
The New York Daily News
4/11/2018

Non-toxic green algae bloom ?found in city reservoir
Charlotte Sun
4/11/2018

Take your toothbrush to the hospital to avoid infections
Pocono Record
4/11/2018

Neighbors of Fairchild Air Force Base sue makers of toxic fire retardant, including 3M Co.
Spokesman-Review
4/11/2018

Colorectal cancer, second-leading cause of cancer death nationwide
The Herald-Dispatch
4/10/2018

Food handler diagnosed with Hepatitis A in Ky.
The Herald-Dispatch
4/10/2018

'Unexplained bleeding' linked to poisoned fake weed in 5 states, including Missouri
Kansas City Star
4/10/2018

Ashland-Boyd County Health Department investigating Hepatitis A case
The Ironton Tribune
4/10/2018

Another view - Opioids must be carefully controlled
Stuart News
4/9/2018

Rural law enforcement, health officials cope with opioid crisis
The State Journal-Register
4/9/2018

BRIEF: Stewart's issues recall on mislabeled ice cream
The Daily Gazette
4/9/2018

Clean meat, or ‘green slime?’
Record-Herald
4/9/2018

Since last year's murder of Dr. Todd Graham, local doctors are backing off opioids amid crisis
South Bend Tribune
4/8/2018

EDITORIAL: Minnesota legislators must hold drugmakers accountable for opioid crisis
Star Tribune
4/8/2018

Local doctors are backing off opioid prescriptions as crisis continues to grow
South Bend Tribune
4/8/2018

Sunday Focus: Opioids available more than ever
The North Platte Telegraph
4/8/2018

Flu season not over
Courier-Tribune
4/7/2018

CAC collaborates efforts to prevent child drownings
Cleburne Times-Review
4/7/2018

BRIEF: Food Safety Training to be held in Bemidji
Bemidji Pioneer
4/7/2018

Hudson hosts opioid roundtable in Concord
Independent Tribune
4/7/2018

Autism numbers have plateaued in recent years
Sentinel Echo
4/6/2018

NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH WEEK, THROUGH APRIL 9
The Ridgewood News
4/6/2018

South Walton to host opioid summit
Walton Sun
4/6/2018

'Nightmare' bacteria cases found in New York and 26 other states, says CDC
The New York Daily News
4/5/2018

Long Beach's Toxic Toast Announces More Shows, Despite City Opposition
OC Weekly
4/5/2018

Group of about 20 homeowners appear before board to express frustration about water damage and other health and safety concerns
Middleboro Gazette
4/5/2018

Oak Point residents pay unexpected visit to BOS meeting Group of about 20 homeowners appear before board to express frustration about water damage and other health and safety concerns
Middleboro Gazette
4/5/2018

Health department holds drill on disease outbreak
The Daily Star
4/4/2018

Several are recognized for public health work
Hillsboro Tribune
4/4/2018

Public Health honors teacher, organizations
Post-Bulletin
4/4/2018

Health Officials: 2nd Flu Wave Hitting The U.S.
The Greeneville Sun
4/4/2018

Autism diagnosis empowers Jay student
The Grove Sun
4/3/2018

Potential hazards in and out of the water
The Jasper Newsboy
4/3/2018

It's difficult to tell the direction driverless cars will take
Observer-Reporter
4/3/2018

Vital Signs: During National Public Health Week, think about benefits of prevention
The Daily Progress
4/3/2018

Arizona weighs unusual plan for longer egg expiration dates
The Daily Advocate
4/2/2018

The Healthy 10: Public health events among top wellness picks of the week
Buffalo News
4/2/2018

Take care with pet reptiles and amphibians
Idaho State Journal
4/1/2018

Will Cowlitz County join suit against opioid makers?
The Daily News
4/1/2018

Opinion/Commentary: Maternal deaths troubling, especially for African-Americans
The Daily Progress
4/1/2018

Toxic air all but gone in Franklin after tank of cancer-causing solvent found
Detroit Free Press
3/31/2018

Yes: Evidence favoring vaccination is overwhelming
Herald News
3/31/2018

Pfizer partners with Sickle Cell disease community on new digital platform
The Indianapolis Recorder
3/31/2018

Public Health Week Focus is Healthy Communities
The Indianapolis Recorder
3/31/2018

Time is most important factor in promising stroke intervention
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
3/30/2018

Streeter: What do you think of Northern Health testing their water quality?
The Northern View
3/30/2018

Mayor Bailey proclaims April 2-8 as Public HealtH Week in Hawkins Co.
The Rogersville Review
3/30/2018

DR. JASON STACY: Time is most important factor in promising stroke intervention
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
3/30/2018

Flu season winds down in the Williamson area
The Herald-Dispatch
3/29/2018

Flu season winds down in Williamson area
The Herald-Dispatch
3/29/2018

Celebrate National Public Health Week
The David City Banner-Press
3/29/2018

April is National Public Health Month
Carolina Panorama
3/29/2018

 
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