Media Relations & Press Releases
HEALTH DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEE WELLNESS GARDEN IN FULL BLOOM

Press Release: HEALTH DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEE WELLNESS GARDEN IN FULL BLOOM

Will County Program Looking for More Growing Places

Wednesday, July 26, 2017/Author: Family Health Services Staff/Number of views (30)/ Article rating: No rating
Garden is now part of the Will County Land Use Department’s “We Will Grow School and Community Garden Program. more...
BATS FOUND IN LOCKPORT HOME TEST POSITIVE FOR RABIES

Press Release: BATS FOUND IN LOCKPORT HOME TEST POSITIVE FOR RABIES

House Located in Wooded Area, Investigation Continues

Wednesday, July 26, 2017/Author: Environmental Health Staff/Number of views (25)/ Article rating: No rating
A first batch of multiple bats tested negative for rabies, but a second batch came up positive. more...
ON WORLD HEPATITIS DAY: LEARN YOUR STATUS

Press Release: ON WORLD HEPATITIS DAY: LEARN YOUR STATUS

Hepatitis C Can Hide in Your Body for Years Before Causing Liver Disease

Tuesday, July 25, 2017/Author: Family Health Services Staff/Number of views (57)/ Article rating: No rating
 Hepatitis C has been a silent epidemic throughout our country. more...
FOUR RECENT WEST NILE - POSITIVE MOSQUITO SAMPLES REPORTED

Press Release: FOUR RECENT WEST NILE - POSITIVE MOSQUITO SAMPLES REPORTED

Four Positive Samples from Testing Areas in Three Cities

Thursday, July 20, 2017/Author: Environmental Health Staff/Number of views (115)/ Article rating: No rating
West Nile Virus can be transferred to humans, by the bite of a Culex mosquito, after the mosquito has bitten an infected bird. more...
KNOW YOUR TICKS; AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT THEM

Press Release: KNOW YOUR TICKS; AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT THEM

Recent Death of Missouri State Park Worker Sparks Attention

Thursday, July 20, 2017/Author: Community Health Center Staff/Number of views (116)/ Article rating: No rating
It is very important to be educated about ticks, and not to confuse them with similar related pests and insects. more...
FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC TIME: KEEP FOOD SAFE

Press Release: FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC TIME: KEEP FOOD SAFE

"Temperature Danger Zone" Must be Avoided

Wednesday, June 28, 2017/Author: Environmental Health Staff/Number of views (268)/ Article rating: No rating
Common health and safety tips are often overlooked when everyone is out to have a good time. more...
HIV TESTING DAY: IT'S TIME FOR EVERYONE, INCLUDING DOCTORS, TO BE MORE COMFORTABLE

Press Release: HIV TESTING DAY: IT'S TIME FOR EVERYONE, INCLUDING DOCTORS, TO BE MORE COMFORTABLE

A Question That Needs to be Asked During Routine Check-ups

Thursday, June 22, 2017/Author: Family Health Services Staff/Number of views (333)/ Article rating: 4.0
The Will County Health Department will be offering free tests, from 10 AM to 2 PM, in their Northern Branch Office at 323 Quadrangle Drive in Bolingbrook. more...
WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT'S NORTHERN BRANCH OFFICE WELCOMES COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER SERVICES

Press Release: WILL COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT'S NORTHERN BRANCH OFFICE WELCOMES COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTER SERVICES

Psychiatry and Family Medicine Appointments Available Starting Monday June 26th

Wednesday, June 21, 2017/Author: Family Health Services Staff/Number of views (303)/ Article rating: No rating
Will County Health Department Executive Director Sue Olenek sees this as a major move forward. more...
MEN'S HEALTH MONTH: MEN CONTINUE TO BE MORE ABOUT REACTION THAN PREVENTION

Press Release: MEN'S HEALTH MONTH: MEN CONTINUE TO BE MORE ABOUT REACTION THAN PREVENTION

Regular Doctor Visits, Diet, and Physical Activity Remain of Utmost Importance

Tuesday, June 20, 2017/Author: Community Health Center Staff/Number of views (288)/ Article rating: No rating
Men still need a push when it comes to both visiting their doctors and improving their daily lifestyles. more...
JOLIET WEST HIGH SCHOOL HOSA CHAPTER MAKING IMPRESSIONS

Press Release: JOLIET WEST HIGH SCHOOL HOSA CHAPTER MAKING IMPRESSIONS

Recent Trip to ISU Being Followed by Trip to Florida

Monday, June 19, 2017/Author: Emergency Preparedness Staff/Number of views (669)/ Article rating: 5.0
Three Joliet West students; Guadalupe Becerra, Paola Patino, and Alyna Navarrete; all have ambitions of working in the pediatrics field. more...
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