Web Content Viewer
Actions

Hepatitis A Statewide Community Outbreak

The Ohio Department of Health (ODH) has declared a statewide community outbreak of hepatitis A after observing an increase in cases linked to certain risk factors since the beginning of 2018. ODH and affected local health departments are investigating these cases.

about the article: Hepatitis A Statewide Community Outbreak

Preventing Child Lead Poisoning

Lead exposure can affect nearly every system in the body and is associated with numerous behavioral and learning problems. Research indicates that even low levels of lead in a child’s blood can affect IQ, the ability to pay attention, and academic achievement. Because lead exposure often occurs with no obvious symptoms, it frequently goes unrecognized.

about the article: Preventing Child Lead Poisoning

Children’s Dental Health

Experts recommend a child’s first visit to the dentist should be by age 1 or within six months of when the first tooth appears. Children’s dental health is a key initiative of ODH’s Oral Health Program, which strives to promote and improve the oral health of all Ohioans.

about the article: Children’s Dental Health

News


First Pediatric Flu Death of Season Reported in Ohio

Flu Activity Increasing in Ohio; Still Time to Get a Flu Shot

Group Prenatal Care Model Project Addressing Prematurity


Upcoming Events


VIEW MORE EVENTS about related with Home

Find Your Local Health Department


In Ohio, there are currently 113 local health departments. This includes general health districts (county), city health districts and combined health districts (county and city). 

Click here for a comprehensive search tool, to locate your local health department by address.

Please wait, we are generating a dynamic map with locations.
Search for Local Health Districts
Please wait, we are generating a dynamic map with markers.