Flu Activity Continues To Decline In Connecticut, But Still WidespreadSo far this winter, 112 deaths have been attributed to the flu. Seven people died of the flu in the last week.
Flu Shot Clinics Planned In 3 Connecticut Communities
Connecticut Officials Report 63 Flu Deaths Since AugustPublic health officials have added another 11 deaths to the tally of flu fatalities in Connecticut.
State Grocery Stores, Pharmacies Invited To Be WIC VendorsThe Department of Public Health is inviting Connecticut grocery stores and pharmacies to apply to participate in the state's food assistance program for women and children.
Flu Activity Increasing In ConnecticutState health experts say flu activity is beginning to ramp up.
State Logs First Flu DeathThe state has recorded it's first flu death of the season.
1st Human Case Of West Nile In CTOfficials with the state Department of Public Health are announcing the first human case this season of West Nile Virus.
State Officials To Warn Spring Breakers About ZikaWith many college students planning spring break trips to warmer locations, the state Department of Public Health is launching a series of public service messages warning of the dangers of Zika virus.
DPH: Flu Activity Ramping UpIt looks like flu activity is beginning to ramp up in Connecticut.
Food Safety Tips For HolidaysThe state Department of Public Health is out with tips on food preparation safety as we're about to enter the holiday season.
11 Connecticut Farms Tied To E.Coli OutbreakThe state Department of Public Health has released a list of Connecticut farms that have been identified by the U.S. Department of Agriculture as having received tainted meat from an Athol, Massachusetts slaughterhouse.
Suspected Mumps Outbreak At SHUThe state Department of Public Health is announcing an outbreak of mumps at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield.