About Healthy Northeast Ohio
Healthy Northeast Ohio: Sharing Knowledge to Create Healthier Communities, is a website designed to provide access to population health data, evidence-based practices, and information about regional health resources and activities
CCBH adopted updated Sewage Treatment System Program fees that became effective on January 1, 2019. We also updated Operation & Management (O&M) Program permit fees and established a new Site Review Consultation fee that became effective on November 4, 2019.
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Due to COVID-19, our clinic has a limited appointment schedule.
Drive-thru immunization services are available at our main clinic parking lot located at 5550 Venture Drive in Parma.
Information about drive-up teen immunization clinics – 216.201.2077
Cyanobacteria, often called blue-green algae, are bacteria that are naturally found in Ohio lakes, ponds, and slow-moving streams. Although many species of algae do not produce toxins, some species of blue-green algae can cause Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs).
Under the right water conditions, which usually
The Creating Healthy Communities (CHC) Program was created to lower the leading causes of death in our communities. Since many diseases are linked to living habits such as poor diet, low activity levels, and smoking, the CHC program is designed to create system and policy changes that promote
Hoarding has been defined as a mental illness that may cause significant distress or impairment as a result of the acquisition and or the failure to discard an extreme number of possessions that appear to be useless or of limited value to other people.
Living or work spaces can become so cluttered
As summer temperatures climb, so does the potential for heat-related illness. Heat kills by taxing the human body beyond its limits.
In extreme heat and high humidity, your body must work extra hard to maintain a normal temperature. These conditions increase the chances for developing heat-related
While your genetic makeup affects your overall health, another critical factor is the condition of the places in which we live and work. This is a major concern, since most people spend up to 90% of their time indoors.
Indoor environmental hazards are more harmful to children because of
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