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FOOD INSPECTION KADENA AIR BASE A public health officer from the U.S. Marine Corps leads an inspection of a food facility at Kadena Air Base in Japan. Food inspections have become much more hands-on and collaborative over the past 25 years. As a result, we learn more about each...

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Taneika Hill, Euclid The City of Euclid became the first community in our jurisdiction to pass Tobacco 21 legislation. City Council member Taneika Hill was instrumental in leading the effort along with Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer Gail, Euclid Police, local retailers, and Euclid High School students. The success of Euclid’s...

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SIX DOMAINS OF PREPAREDNESS Immediately following the 9/11 attacks, it was clear that our country needed improved capabilities to respond to emergency situations. Here is a CDC poster outlining the six areas of concentration for public health during times of emergency or disaster.

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NURSE WEIGHS YOUNG BOY Here we see a school nurse weighing a child as part of an examination. Notice the posters in the upper left and right encouraging African-Americans to visit their doctor or clinic.

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POLIO PIONEERS More than 1.6 million children, known as “polio pioneers,” participated in the polio vaccine trials of 1954. Dr. Jonas Salk had presented his findings for a cure to the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis in 1953, which then took a “calculated risk” by helping to make the...

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THE PUBLIC HEALTH NURSE Soon after the turn of the 20th century, public health nurses became a very important part of the budding American healthcare system. They traveled by horse to remote locations, visiting homes and schools and workplaces to help those in need. The public health nurse was...

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THE PALMOLIVE GIRL During the early 1900s, Palmolive was the world’s best-selling soap. In the name of public health (and also increasing its number of users per family), Palmolive issued posters showing children as happy and healthy users of its product. Today, we thank Palmolive for its efforts to...

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PROJECT DAWN COMES TO CCBH Project DAWN (Deaths Avoided With Naloxone) offers free naloxone kits to those whose lives are affected by the nationwide opioid epidemic. CCBH hosts a weekly walk-in clinic which allows visitors to learn within 20 minutes how to properly give naloxone to an overdose victim....

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SCHOOL HEARING TEST A school nurse tests the hearing of a young student. A series of tones are sent through the headphones and the student responds to them by raising a hand.

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DR. LAMBRIGHT OF FOREST CITY HOSPITAL Dr. Middleton Lambright Jr. was the first black doctor to obtain full hospital privileges in Cleveland when he was admitted to the staffs of University Hospitals of Cleveland and Mt. Sinai Hospital. Lambright Jr. and his father both founded Forest City Hospital, which...

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