April is National Distracted Driver Awareness Month. Know the problem, the enforcement measure, and tips that can help.
Richland Public Health is joining the Ohio Department of Health to promote healthy homes for all Ohioans.
St. Patrick's Day brings to mind shamrocks, leprechauns, pots of gold, and good luck. But no amount of luck can save you from a drunk-driving crash.
Richland Public Health Urges Local Residents to be Screened for Colorectal Cancer in March.
The Richland County Safe Communities Coalition reports that for the month of February there were two traffic deaths in Richland County.
Groundwater along with oxygen is arguably the most important natural resource for human life, and National Groundwater Awareness Week, March 8-14, is a good time to learn how to become a good steward of it.
Richland Public Health is now trained and certified to offer a program called "Baby & Me - Tobacco Free," a program proven to help pregnant women quit smoking and remain tobacco free.
Richland Public Health is reminding county residents that getting your MMR vaccination (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) is still the smart thing to do.
Richland Public Health has posted the totals for causes of death in 2014 as well as the statistics for births in the county. The birth and death statistics do not include the City of Shelby.
The annual Winter “Hike For Health” will be Saturday, February 21, at Malabar Farm from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. starting at the Visitor Center.
Cardiovascular diseases, including stroke, are our nation's No. 1 killer. Heart diseases accounted for 42% of Richland County deaths last year.
The Richland County Safe Communities Coalition reports that for the month of January there was one traffic death in Richland County.
If you plan on drinking on Super Bowl Sunday, designate a sober driver to get you home safely.
If you plan on using alcohol at the Division I Football Championship parties on January 12, act responsibly by designating a sober driver before the big game begins.
Take advantage of “National Radon Action Month” and test your homes for the presence of radon gas.
Walking in winter weather can present some unique safety hazards. Here's some tips for "Walking in a Winter Wonderland."
The Richland County Safe Communities Coalition reports that for the month of December there were two traffic deaths in Richland County, bringing the 2014 total to twelve (12).
With cold weather expected throughout January, including evening temperatures in single digits, Richland Public Health is reminding Richland County residents to be aware of hypothermia (dangerously low body temperature).
Richland Public Health says follow these 12 recommended tips for self-care this season.
If you’re celebrating with alcohol this holiday season, Richland County Law Enforcement has a message for you: Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.
Free hearing screenings are for individuals 18 years and older and will be held December 8 at Richland Public Health. Appointments are necessary.
Keep your holidays happy and safe. When you have any alcohol, let someone sober do the driving. Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving.
The Richland County Safe Communities Coalition reports that for the month of November there was one traffic death in Richland County. There have been ten (10) total traffic-related deaths this year in Richland County.
World AIDS Day is held on December 1st each year and is an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV.
Each year more than 3 billion toys and games are sold in the United States with 65 percent of these sales occurring between Thanksgiving and the day before Christmas. Here's some tips to make sure your toys are safe and age appropriate.
Richland Public Health has added two "last chance" walk-in flu clinics: Tuesday, November 25 from 3 to 6 p.m. and Wednesday, December 3 from 2 to 6 p.m.
Richland Public Health and the Richland County Safe Communities Coalition is providing tips for winter driving season.
Ontario Police Chief Rodney Smith asks that drivers show patience with increased traffic as they start holiday shopping.
For Thanksgiving travel, Buckle Up, America: Every Trip, Every Time. In 2012, more than 300 people were killed in crashes on Thanksgiving weekend.