Allegheny County Health Department
Deer hunting season is right around the corner and that means hundreds of thousands of people will head into the woods. The Allegheny County Health Department has compiled a list of deer processing centers for […]
Nasty little mosquitoes have resurfaced in one part of West Mifflin.
With the flu season upon us, an international student at Chatham University was not initially alarmed by her symptoms of fever, headache and stomach pain.
Three more cases of Legionnaires disease have been confirmed in Turtle Creek. The Allegheny County Health Department is keeping close tabs on the number of people getting sick.
An outbreak of Legionnaires disease in Turtle Creek has the Allegheny County Health Department keeping tabs on the number of people getting sick and the locations involved.
More than a half-dozen cases of legionnaires disease have been reported at a local rehab facility.
Stink bugs are back and while they’d prefer a hollow tree or cave for the cold weather months, squeezing their way into our houses through any possible opening is the next best thing.
Fall is just around the corner and so is flu season. The Allegheny County Health Department is suggesting people get their vaccination now to avoid getting sick later.
A recall has been issued for 36 million pounds of ground turkey after one person died and more than 70 others were sickened by salmonella.
Health officials said four cases of salmonella linked to the national ground turkey outbreak have been reported in Allegheny County.
Federal officials say one person has died and dozens of people have gotten sick from salmonella poisoning that appears to be linked to ground turkey.
Consumers are being advised to throw out or return glass-bottled, pasteurized milk from the Brunton Dairy in Aliquippa, Beaver County.
Summer means time outdoors, and time outdoors can be shared with mosquitoes. How much do you know about these pesky pests?
The health department has noticed the trend and is trying to stop any potential problems, namely outbreaks with the bacteria salmonella.
Inspectors from the Allegheny County Health Department visited Magee Pool in Greenfield one day after a 9-year-old nearly drowned. All city and county pools are licensed by the health department.
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