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1 2  Program Contacts Megan Symanski MA, RS Program Manager 216.201.2000 ext 1248 msymanski@ccbh.net Domenica McClintock MPH, RS Supervisor 216.201.2000 ext 1223 dmcclintock@ccbh.net A combined sewer is designed to transport both stormwater and sewage in the same pipe. Normally, all of this wastewater and rainwater flows together to a wastewater...

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Key Terms African American Population: Defined in this study as “Race alone or in combination with one or more races – Black or African American”. Some health outcomes have a correlation to African Americans as a racial group. Community Food Assessment: A collaborative and participatory process that systematically examines...

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1 2  Program Contact Amy Anter BSN, RN Communicable Disease Specialist 216.201.2000 ext 1612 aanter@ccbh.net   Antibiotic (drug) resistance is the term used when medication no longer works on germs that cause infections and disease. Although some people are at greater risk than others, no one can completely avoid the risk of...

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Name, Address, Phone, and Health History (NAPH) Form Instructions This form is to be used at the time of an event that may require emergency medication to prevent illness. During an emergency, you may pick up medicine for up to 20 people but must complete information on the NAPH...

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Public input is valuable to the Emergency Preparedness planning process. The Cuyahoga County Board of Health’s Emergency Response Plan is reviewed and updated annually. Click here to open the current version of CCBH’s Emergency Response Plan. This plan will be available on our website for public review for 30...

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For the latest information about vaping, please click here. WHY TOBACCO 21?  Locally, tobacco use contributes to many of Ohio and Cuyahoga County’s greatest health challenges, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, and infant mortality. The number one cause of infant death in Cuyahoga County is prematurity – a major risk factor...

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Health Data Matters Health Data Matters is the go-to place for the latest data about the health of residents in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County. Please visit healthdatamatters.org for more information. 2010 Protecting Our Children – Cuyahoga County Child Fatality Report We present this report annually to educate our various...

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