The Ohio Department of Health says two people recently diagnosed with West Nile virus are the first reported human cases in the state this year.
The Ohio Department of Health says a record number of Ohioans died from heroin-related overdoses in 2013.
Ohio Department of Health officials say the likely source of the Lancaster botulism outbreak is home-canned potatoes used in a potato salad.
The Ohio Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit filed by an abortion rights group over a public records request seeking communication between the Ohio Department of Health and an anti-abortion organization.
Ohio Department of Health officials say they are closer to finding the source of botulism that killed one person and sickened many more after a church picnic in central Ohio last weekend.
Improperly canned food is suspected of causing the Lancaster botulism outbreak.
Ohio Department of Health officials say the number of flu-related hospitalizations fell to 92 last week as an unusually severe season comes to an end.
The Ohio Department of Health reports flu-related hospitalizations dropped slightly last week, saying the flu season appears to be tapering off.
The Ohio Department of Health reports a drop in the number of flu-related hospitalizations.
The Ohio Department of Health reports a decrease in the number of flu-related hospitalizations.
This is National Radon Action Month. Radon-related lung cancer claims the lives of an estimated 20 thousand Americans every year.
Cuyahoga County health officials say eight people died from the flu in one week.
The Ohio Department of Health says four people have died from the flu this season as hospitalizations continue to rise.
A group that identifies itself as pro-choice is suing to get the Ohio Department of Health to turn over any communications it’s had with a leading group that identifies itself as pro-life.
Columbus Public Health officials say 101 people were hospitalized for the flu from December 20 through December 27, the largest weekly number since the agency started keeping records in 2009.
An Ohio Senate Committee yesterday approved Governor John Kasich's nominee for state health director, paving the way for a floor-vote.
As the Ebola outbreak continues in West Africa and reports a second health care worker in Dallas has tested positive for the disease have emerged-- fear among Ohioans seems to be mounting.
Heroin has become a campaign issue in Ohio this year as politicians disagree over who has done the most to tackle the epidemic of overdose deaths blamed on the narcotic.
The annual number of abortions reported in Ohio has dropped below 24,000, its lowest level since the state began tracking the data in 1976.
Health officials say two hospitals in Ohio have confirmed cases of an uncommon virus causing severe respiratory illness for children in about two dozen states.