Category: Health & Wellness

In January, 2018, the Cincinnati Health Department released the Community Health Assessment (CHA) – a document that addresses the health of Cincinnati. It provides a quantitative analysis on the almost…

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As we move into the new year, it always serves to look back and reflect on where the health of our city stands. In order to effectively do that, it…

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Join the Hamilton County Heroin Coalition on Saturday, November 18 from 9-12 pm at the Norwood High School in a conversation that will address the current opioid crisis in our…

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As fall approaches, so does the flu!  Flu season varies but starts in October and can extend until May.  The flu is spread from coughs or sneezes.  One prevention is…

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August and September of every year represent the start of school.   As it is the beginning of a new academic year for children, it should also be viewed as the…

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Recalling Birth Control Pills Did you know that the FDA is recalling birth control pills? The pills “Mibelas 24 F-E” Lot # L600518  expiration date:  May 2018 were placed in…

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A plethora of evidence exists that correlates positive mental health with overall health. Getting enough sleep impacts how you feel. Centurions state how good sleep and eating healthy foods expanded…

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Every year since 2006, the Cincinnati City Council has asked the Cincinnati Health Department (CHD) to make deep cuts to its budget.  This year is no different.  CHD has been…

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With the possible changes in the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and its repeal, there are many citizens expressing concern. The Cincinnati Health Department is also expressing concern because since the…

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It has been reported that Hamilton County is “ground zero” in the heroin epidemic, the No. 1 County in the No. 1 state for overdoses. This is serious and affects…

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