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T 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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CHARITY HOSPITAL NURSES Opened “against the backdrop of a soul-searing Civil War and a spirit saddened by the assassination of a president,” St. Vincent Charity Hospital filled a void in Cleveland’s healthcare landscape. Mother Augustine was the first superior of the hospital. She and seven Sisters took up their...

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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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COUNTY HEALTH IMPROVEMENT PLAN Health Improvement Partnership-Cuyahoga, a consortium featuring CCBH, Case Western Reserve University and dozens of other community organizations, released the county’s first health improvement plan in 2017. HIP-Cuyahoga is focused on building opportunities for everyone in Cuyahoga County to be healthy. Learn more at www.hipcuyahoga.org

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SWIPING DOORWAY FOR LEAD CCBH sanitarian Tom Barsa performs a residential lead inspection, which includes swiping doorways for the presence of lead dust. 93.5% of kindergartners attending Cleveland schools from 2014-2017 that were screened for lead had a detectable amount of the toxin in their blood. 25.7% of these...

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TESTING POOL WATER Retired CCBH sanitarian Chris Bosworth is shown testing water quality in a local pool. CCBH inspects over 600 public swimming pools and spas each year. All of the inspection reports are available online at www.ccbh.netfor your review.

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CHILD IN CAR W STRAP Car seat safety has come a long way over the past 60 years. As shown here, early child restraint systems were not totally effective in fully protecting children. Tennessee was the first state to require car seats for children in 1978.

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