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Valentine's Day in a Healthy Way

Valentine's Day in a Healthy Way If you are planning to celebrate at school or at home for Valentines Day’s, here are some fun ideas for healthy options. - learn more

Black HIV AIDS Day

Black HIV AIDS Day National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day encourages individuals to get educated, get tested, get involved, and get treated. - learn more

Wear Red Day

Wear Red Day National Wear Red Day® is Friday, February 5, 2016. Join others in raising awareness of heart disease as the #1 killer of women. - learn more

Fans Don't Let Fans Drive Drunk

Fans Don't Let Fans Drive Drunk Designate a Sober Driver on Super Bowl Sunday, wherever you watch the game. - learn more

Children's Dental Health Month

Children's Dental Health Month Good habits and regular dental visits make a good start on a lifetime of healthy teeth and gums.
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Flu Season

Flu Season Protect yourself and your loved ones this flu season in four easy steps. - learn more

Keep Kids Active in Colder Months

Keep Kids Active in Colder Months While the days are shorter and the temperature drops, children can be less active. Find ideas to help get them moving again. - learn more

Are You Prepared for Emergency

Are You Prepared for Emergency Survey of residents to see if you have taken the first steps to being prepared. - learn more

Zika Virus

Zika Virus Zika Virus is primarily spread to people by mosquito bites. While most illness is mild, it can be dangerous in pregnancy. - learn more

Columbus Syphilis Outbreak

Columbus Syphilis Outbreak Information about prevention, testing, and treatment - learn more

Stay Safe in Cold Temperatures

Stay Safe in Cold Temperatures Tips on being safe in cold temperatures, local heat resources and warming shelters. - learn more

Winter Weather: Prepare and Prevent

Winter Weather: Prepare and Prevent Being prepared at home and in your car are the best ways to protect yourselves and your loved ones. - learn more

Shigella

Shigella Because it is passed easily among young children, hand-washing and staying home when sick are key to prevention. - learn more

Ebola Columbus Response

Ebola Columbus Response Final West African country declared free of Ebola transmission, local screening and monitoring comes to an end. - learn more

PrEP Yourself if You Are at Risk for HIV

PrEP Yourself if You Are at Risk for HIV PrEP is a new tool for the prevention of HIV. - learn more

View Press Archive View Columbus Public Health press releases from 2010 to present. - learn more

Board of Health to Meet -- 12.11.2015 Columbus Board of Health meets Tuesday, December 15 at 2:00 p.m., at 240 Parsons Avenue. - learn more

Ceremony and Go (RED) for World AIDS Day -- 12.1.2015 Commemoration ceremony and illumination part of local events to raise HIV awareness and inspire action. - learn more

Board of Health Meeting -- 11.13.2015 Columbus Board of Health will meet next Tuesday, 11/17/15, at 2:00 p.m., at 240 Parsons Avenue. - learn more

Public Meeting on New Domestic Farm Animal Regulations Proposed changes include annual permit renewal and inspection and spacing requirements - learn more

City Leaders Get Flu Vaccine -- 10.26.2015 Flu Shots Protect Leaders, Their Families and Community this Entire Flu Season - learn more

Tailgate to Raise Awareness and Fight Infant Mortality -- 10.23.2015 Event on Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015 at New Salem Missionary Baptist Church, Columbus - learn more

Board of Health Meets -- 10.16.2015 Meeting will be Tuesday, 10/20/15, at 2:00 p.m., at 240 Parsons Avenue - learn more

Influenza has Arrived in Central Ohio – Get a Flu Shot Now -- 10.15.2015 FluMist supplies are limited so get a flu shot instead of waiting. - learn more

Columbus Public Health to Offer Low-Cost Rabies Clinic -- 10.7.2015 $10 rabies vaccines for dogs, cats and ferrets on Friday, October 9 from 1-3 - learn more