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Informational Topics

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Air Pollution and How to Report a Problem
Bat information

Take Caution When Bats Are Near

What you should know about bats

Beach Water Quality Where can I get beach water quality information?
Bedbugs What Can Be Done To Control Bedbugs?
Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates Where can I get copies of Birth, Marriage and Death Certificates?
Care of Skin after Summer

Care of Skin after Summer

Skin cancer, the most common cancer in the US:

Child Safety

The American Academy of Pediatrics has issued a statement in which it continues to caution against home trampoline use.

Your Baby Eats what You Eat

Keep Kids Safe this Summer

Children’s Environments

How Children’s Environments Shape their Health

Climate Change
A NJDHSS brochure to answer your questions on Colds and Flu
Deer Carcus Removal Deer Carcass and Road Maintenance Calls

Disaster Preparedness

Discarding of Medical Supplies/Medicines

What should I Know about the Disposal (Flushing) of Unused Medicines?

Options Regarding Safe Syringe Disposal

Prescription drug dropoff locations in Monmouth County, NJ

Food Safety Fact Sheet: Holiday Food Safety Tips

Raw vs. Pasteurized Milk

Flood Cleanup for Food Businesses Guidelines for cleaning up after a flood.
Groundwater Conservation Simple ways everyone can act to protect groundwater
Hurricane Information

FDA Hurricane Safety Checklist

Hurricane Recovery Resources

Hurricane Information  

Hurricanes and Other Tropical Storms (Center for Disease Control)

Keeping Cool in Extreme Heat Risk of Heat Stress in Summer Workers
Lead Poisoning
Lice Signs of Head Lice
Lyme Disease What you should know about Lyme Disease
What You Should Know from the New Jersey Department of Health and Human Services
Mold Information
MRSA General information
Norovirus CDC answers your questions about noroviruses
U.S. Government one stop information source
Severe CoughCould you have Pertussis?

Information from the American Red Cross

Special Needs Registry of Monmouth County (click here to register if you or a loved one would require assistance in the event of an evacuation when family is unable to help.

Check the Kind of Plastics You Use
PSAs Service Announcements (PSAs) featuring Health Commissioner Mary E. O'Dowd
Rats in Compost Inquiries about how to manage compost to avoid rat problems
Rat Control Worldwide, rats and mice are the most notorious of all the vertebrate pests that plague humankind.
Salmonella from Dry Pet Food How to Avoid Getting Salmonella from Dry Pet Food

New Jersey QuitNet. Get the help you need to stop smoking.

Reducing Childhood Exposure to Third hand Smoke

  To report smoking issues, such as sale of tobacco to minors or violations of the smokefree air act, contact MCRHC 732-493-9520
About 90% of Americans eat more sodium than is recommended for a healthy diet.
new code (which was based upon the FDA Food Code)
The New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services (NJDHSS) highlights the devastating health effects of the condition to encourage residents to be alert for signs of stroke and educate themselves about risk factors.
Underage Drinking Don't Serve Alcohol to Teens
West Nile Virus

West Nile Virus - What is happening in Monmouth County?

Where can I get Ticks tested?

Christie Administration Officials Urge Residents to Take Precautions Against Mosquitoes to Safeguard Against West Nile Virus

Whooping Cough Protect your Grandchild from Whooping Cough
Zika also see Current Topics