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Local Mumps Cases Top 250

Apr 22, 2014

Local health officials have now confirmed 253 cases of mumps from the outbreak that began at Ohio State University.

Mumps Cases Now Exceed 200

Apr 15, 2014

Health officials say 212 people are infected with the mumps in an outbreak that started at Ohio State University.

Mumps Cases Confirmed In Twelve Ohio Counties

Mar 31, 2014

The number of cases of mumps in Central Ohio has risen to 111, with 89 linked to Ohio State University.

Health officials say the mumps outbreak that started at Ohio State University has spread to five Ohio counties.

82 Mumps Cases Now Reported In Franklin County

Mar 27, 2014

Columbus Public Health officials say a dozen more Ohio State University students and one staffer have been added to the list of people infected with mumps, bringing the total number of cases to 82.

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The number of cases in the outbreak of mumps that first surfaced in the OSU area has risen to 63 across Franklin County.

Number Of Mumps Cases At OSU Now More Than Two Dozen

Mar 21, 2014
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Columbus Public Health officials have confirmed five more cases of mumps at Ohio State University, bringing the total to 37.

Still More Mumps Cases At OSU

Mar 20, 2014

Columbus Public Health officials say the number of mumps cases at Ohio State University has risen to 32.

Mumps Cases At OSU Increase

Mar 18, 2014

Columbus Public Health officials say they have confirmed 23 cases of mumps at Ohio State University.

More Mumps Cases At OSU

Mar 13, 2014
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 Columbus Public Health officials say the number of cases of mumps at Ohio State University is now up to 19.

16 cases of the mumps have been confirmed in an outbreak at Ohio State University, but officials say that number could climb.

Mumps Outbreak Reported At OSU

Mar 7, 2014

Columbus Public Health officials are investigating a possible mumps outbreak at Ohio State University.

The Ohio Department of Health says the state  is in the midst of a full-blown flu outbreak.

Columbus Public Health officials have completed a study of the rat infestation in Clintonville.

No Money For Columbus Rat-Control Program

Oct 1, 2013

Without money to bring back its rat-control program, Columbus Public Health officials plan to map complaints to determine problem areas and spread fliers educating residents about dealing with the rodents.

Columbus Public Health officials have closed a local hotel for a host of health violations.

Columbus health officials are investigating the alleged mishandling of medical waste at Ohio State University.

Franklin County has its first case of West Nile Virus.

Columbus Public Health crews will begin spraying tonight in portions of south Columbus and Worthington, where traps turned up high numbers of mosquitos and some carrying the West Nile virus.

Franklin County Public Health workers will be spraying multiple Dublin neighborhoods tonight to fight the West Nile Virus.

A study conducted by Columbus Public Health shows more than 60 percent of adults in Franklin County are considered overweight or obese.

Columbus Public Health officials say mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus have been found on the South side, and two areas will be sprayed on Thursday morning.

Franklin County Public Health officials will spray for mosquitoes tonight after the bugs in a test pool in Hamilton Township tested positive for West Nile virus. 

Columbus Public Health officials are spraying for mosquitoes today and Wednesday.

Columbus Boy Sickened By Eyeliner

Mar 1, 2013

Columbus and state health officials are urging parents to throw out cosmetics found to contain high levels of lead.

Columbus Public Health officials say 100 cases of a new strain of norovirus have been reported since November, and there are likely more undiagnosed cases.

A Columbus child is recovering from a bout with bacterial meningitis.

Columbus health officials have identified cases of a bacterial illness in 30 day care centers, and say the number continues to rise daily.

Columbus health officials are reporting a Shigellosis outbreak.

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