Columbus Public Health

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.