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Health Department Now Offers Free Car Seat Checks

The Oak Creek Health Department offers free car seat checks to all residents. Call 414-768-6539 today for an appointment!

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Online Developmental Screening for Children Now Available

The Oak Creek Health Department is now offering a free online screening tool to see if your child is on target compared with other children his/her age.

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January is Radon Action Month

As part of National Radon Action Month in Wisconsin, the City of Oak Creek Health Department and the Wisconsin Department of Health Services are advising people to test their homes during the winter months.

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Seasonal influenza (Flu) Is it a Cold, Flu, or Pertussis?

Many people use the term “stomach flu”? to describe illnesses with nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea. However, these symptoms can be caused by many different viruses, bacteria, or even parasites.

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Oak Creek Health Department to Offer Free Online Developmental Screening

Starting Jan. 5th 2015, the Oak Creek Health Department will be offering a free online screening tool to see if your child is on target compared with other children his age.

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Carbon Monoxide Threat Grows in Cold Weather

With the return of chilly temperatures, health officials remind people to be aware of carbon monoxide (CO) dangers, and check their compliance with the state law requiring carbon monoxide detectors in residences.

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Medication Collection: A Prescription for Safe Kids and Clean Water

Prescription drug abuse is on the rise because teens have easy access to pills out of their parents and grandparent’s medicine cabinets. It is important to dispose of unused and expired medications.

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Ebola Virus Disease

The Oak Creek Health Department is monitoring the worldwide Ebola situation and working very closely with community and state partners in preparing for and responding to situations that might be related to Ebola.

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Oak Creek Health Department Offers 2014-2015 Flu Vaccine

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends everyone who is at least 6 months of age should get a flu vaccine this season.

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Health Department to Give Presentation on Using Phone Apps to Achieve Fitness Goals

Are you unsure how to use your cell phone apps for your fitness goals? Come to the Oak Creek Community Center to learn the best apps to meet your fitness needs.

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Oak Creek Health Department Achieves Level III Status

The Oak Creek Health Department achieves Level III status, meeting the maximum requirements established by the State of Wisconsin for a local health department.

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Health Department: Talking Devices May Improve Your Safety When Taking Pills

About 37% of Americans aged 60 and over use five or more prescription drugs, not including over-the-counter medications, vitamins, or supplements. Managing medications can be a challenge when you have low vision.

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