Allegheny County Health Department
Many parents probably remember that popular primer on bodily functions called “Everybody Poops.” Now, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are warning that human feces are found in more than half of public swimming pools.
The Allegheny County Health Department shut down two local restaurants for major violations.
Today is National Alcohol Screening Day. It’s an annual event to raise public awareness about alcohol-related health concerns.
Resident Cindy Woodward says that homeowners in the Garden City neighborhood of Monroeville have been wrangling over a persistent problem with rats since last spring.
The Allegheny County Health Department is seeking nominations for its Breastfeeding Friendly Place Awards.
A pizza place in the food court in the Mall at Robinson is in danger of being shut down. The Allegheny County Health Department says it’s infested with roaches and health inspectors have issued a consumer alert.
Former director of the Allegheny County Health Department, Dr. Bruce Dixon, passed away Wednesday morning at age 74.
Whether you’re cooking up some fries, sautéing vegetables, or frying some fish, what you cook it in can make a big difference for your health.
The flu has been deadly this year. Five deaths in Allegheny County, and this could go up.
Flu activity is widespread across much of the country. And in the state of Pennsylvania, Allegheny County has the most cases.
Whooping cough in the Shaler Area School District is sounding an alarm. Out of an abundance of caution, Superintendent Wesley Shipley has issued a letter to parents.
The flu vaccine is designed to protect against the most commonly circulating strains of the virus expected in a given season.
Allegheny County is off to a head start with this year’s flu season.
There are new details on a nationwide meningitis outbreak. The Allegheny County Health Department is now working with other agencies to contact patients who could be infected.
Some people in our area are reporting an invasion of stink bugs. Bill Todaro, an entomologist from the Allegheny County Health Department, says less daylight make the bugs bug you.