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Nicholas Rupp

Communications & PR Manager
385-468-4130

Salt Lake County Health Department
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Salt Lake County, UT
(385) 468-4100  

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SLCoHD Reports Human WNV Cases

Public asked to continue mosquito precautions until the first hard frost.

09/11/15


33% of Utahns Are Prediabetic and 90% Don’t Know They Are

New program offers hope for Utah to combat the type 2 diabetes epidemic.

08/27/15


SLCoHD Rules Out Cholera Disease in Two Symptomatic Patients

Lab tests confirm patients have vibriosis, caused by a related bacteria.

07/02/15


It’s Not the Chlorine in the Pool That’s Making Your Eyes Red…

Health officials bust a few pool myths at annual healthy swim season kickoff.

06/09/15


Health Department Identifies Likely Source of Illness in Homeless Population

Improper food handling allowed bacteria to grow in food.

06/05/15


Health Department Welcomes "Paws on the Patio" Applicants

No Salt Lake County food establishments are currently permitted to allow dogs on outdoor patios.

05/21/15


Not All Electronics Recyclers are Irresponsible, Illegal or Unsafe

SLCo Health Department ensures recyclers are permitted and inspected regularly.

04/22/15


Salt Lake County Hosts Its 6th Annual Earth Day Festival

Photo/Video opportunity: Event focuses on environmental education for elementary students

04/21/15


Tanning Establishments Show Drastic Improvement in Regulation Compliance

Recent tanning establishment compliance checks by the Salt Lake County Health Department (SLCoHD) show a 200% increase in establishments following state-mandated parental consent requirements.

04/07/15


SLCoHD, Fourth Street Clinic Collect “Sun Safety” Items for Homeless

Utah has one of the country’s highest rates of melanoma; with increased exposure to Utah’s sunny climate, homeless individuals are at an increased risk of skin cancer.

03/30/15


SLCoHD Offers Free Medical Screenings to Women

Women’s Cancer Screening and BeWise programs provide eligible women with screenings for heart disease, breast cancer and cervical cancer.

02/12/15


Salt Lake County Health to Provide UTA Passes to Residents

Pilot initiative aims to improve air quality by increasing transit ridership.

01/29/15


SLCo Bans Wood Burning on Air Action Days

Health department to focus on educating residents this year, enforcing next year.

01/08/15


Majority of E-Liquids Labeled Incorrectly

Nicotine levels listed on labels were significantly different in 61% of those tested.

01/08/15