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GCHD Reminds Residents About Carbon Monoxide Safety and Awareness

This week is Carbon Monoxide Safety and Awareness Week in Michigan. Unfortunately, every year hundreds of people die and thousands are injured from unsuspected exposure to the odorless and colorless gas

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Genesee County Health Department Updates Local, Statewide Enterovirus Numbers

The Genesee County Health Department has updated the number of cases of Enterovirus D68. Enterovirus is a severe respiratory illness in kids ages 5-17. The GCHD is working with the Michigan Department of Community Health which has received numerous reports of the illness

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Genesee County Health Dept. Investigating Enterovirus

The Genesee County Health Department has announced they are working with the Michigan Department of Community Health in investigating an increase of severe respiratory illness in children ages 5-17 throughout the state

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Second Annual “Get Out & Move” Health Extravaganza to be Held this Weekend

The second annual "Get Out & Move" Health Extravaganza will be held this weekend. The fun, free family oriented event will focus on tackling obesity and will include an obstacle course, healthy food demonstrations, line dances, raffle drawings and more. Th

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GCHD Wants Residents Help for Earth Day

Today is Earth Day and the Genesee County Health Department (GCHD) wants your help in protecting the earth and keeping Genesee County clean!

According to the GCHD, cigarette butts are the most littered item on U

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Genesee County Health Department Offering Free Radon Test Kits in January

January is Radon Action Month in Michigan and the Genesee County Health Department is encouraging residents to check the radon gas levels in their homes.

In case you are unaware what Radon actually is, it’s an invisible, odorless and tasteless gas that seeps into homes from surrounding soil and rock

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Genesee County Health Department Sees Increase in Norovirus

The Genesee County Health Department (GCHD) says they have seen an increase in norovirus throughout the county and are offering up tips to help keep residents healthy.

The viruses can be spread by food, person-to-person contact or contaminated surfaces or objects

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Genesee County Health Department Offers Holiday Food Safety Tips

The Genesee County Health Department (GCHD) is offering up food safety tips to help ensure that everyone has a healthy holiday season. The GCHD recommends that you Check Your Steps: Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill appropriately.

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GCHD Offers Tips on Keeping Food Safe During Power Outage

With more than 17,000 without power in Genesee County, the Genesee County Health Department offers up these tips to keeping food safe during a power outage:

Losing electricity can make the food in your refrigerator and freezer unsafe to eat

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GCHD Warns Area Parents about Kids Exposure to Laundry Detergent Packets or PODS

The Genesee County Health Department is warning parents to be careful with concentrated laundry detergent packets, better know as PODS.

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