An order issued by the Kentucky Court of Appeals is being hailed as "a resounding victory for public health in Kentucky" by the Northern Kentucky Health Department.
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Interact for Health's nonprofit arm, InterAct for Change, awarded $8,000 in scholarships to students across the region, including one from Northern Kentucky University. It also honored two individu
St. Elizabeth Healthcare scored straight A's in the Leapfrog Group's spring 2019 Hospital Safety Grade.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department responded Wednesday to a comment from local attorney Chris Wiest related to ongoing legal battle between a student and the department's order that students n
St. Elizabeth Physicians and Humana are teaming up to open a new health resource center in Covington.
A ribbon-cutting is planned for Wednesday, May 15.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital is bringing the Pint of Science Festival to Covington later this month.
Another case of hepatitis A has been found in a food worker in Northern Kentucky, this time in Florence, the Northern Kentucky Health Department reported on Monday.
A Boone County judge issued a ruling Tuesday favorable to the Northern Kentucky Health Department's decision to ban unvaccinated or non-immune students from a Walton school after a chickenpox outbr
There are now 32 cases of what is believed to be chickenpox at a school in Walton.
A Covington-based firm working on a cancer treatment announced Tuesday that part three of its Phase I first-in-human trial exceeded expectations in screening and enrollment at four trial
People who are considered high risk for exposure to the Hepatitis A virus should get vaccinated as soon as possible to avoid contracting the virus and lessen the spread of the disease.
A food service worker at John G. Carlisle Elementary School has been diagnosed with having hepatitis A.
In August, the Northern Kentucky Health Department reported 50 cases of hepatitis A, a viral infection of the liver, across its 4-county service area.
The St. Elizabeth Foundation was awarded a $1.5 million grant for a new mobile mammography unit to help rural populations in Kentucky, Ohio, and Indiana.
The Northern Kentucky Health Department announced Wednesday that it is taking part in the statewide "Focus on Flu" campaign to help prevent a repeat of last year's large-scale flu season.