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1 2  Program Contacts John Sobolewski RS Deputy Director 216.201.2000 ext 1515 jsobolewski@ccbh.net Stephanie McConoughey RS Program Manager 216.201.2000 ext 1244 smcconoughey@ccbh.net   Lead poisoning is the most common chronic poisoning and environmental illness in the United States. Lead poisoning is the elevation of the lead level in the body.It...

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1 2  Program Contact Joe Lynch MPH, RS Program Manager 216.201.2000 ext 1241 jlynch@ccbh.net The Asian Tiger mosquito can carry the Zika virus. Although local transmission of Zika virus through the bite of a mosquito has not been identified in the continental United States, the U.S. mainland does have Aedes...

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1 2 To report local cases of disease or outbreak Call 216.201.2080 Fax 216.676.1316   CCBH follows up on cases of reportable infectious disease (disease spread from person to person) and we also investigate potential disease outbreaks. Reports of suspected and confirmed cases of disease and outbreaks should be...

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Recalls are warnings by growers and producers about foods that might contain unreported allergens, disease-causing pathogens (microorganisms that cause illness) or that may be physically contaminated by items such as broken glass or small pieces of plastic. Consumers are encouraged to follow recall instructions, which may be to destroy...

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You have probably heard the old saying: “Sleep tight. Don’t let the bed bugs bite.” Unfortunately, bed bugs have made a big resurgence in the U.S. Although their name comes from their tendency to live on or near our beds, bed bugs can be found living throughout homes, apartments,...

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