Salt Lake County Health Department Officials Direct Hundreds To Hepatitis A Vaccination After Scare At 7-Eleven By Erik Neumann • Jan 9, 2018 Erik Neumann / KUER Listen Listening... / 1:51 A hepatitis A scare at a 7-Eleven in West Jordan prompted hundreds of people to call the Salt Lake County Health Department yesterday. Over 300 were advised to get preventative vaccines. There Have Been Five Deaths This Flu Season But It's Less Deadly Than Last Year By Erik Neumann • Jan 8, 2018 thodonal via iStock Listen Listening... / 1:25 After a slow start to Utah’s flu season, the virus is in full swing. Health experts say the current strain is similar to last year’s. 'Get Vaccinated' Health Department Says To People Exposed To Hepatitis A At Valley Convenience Store By Judy Fahys • Jan 7, 2018 eka77/iStockPhoto.com Salt Lake County health officials issued a warning Sunday to people who visited a West Jordan 7-11 recently. They might have been exposed to Hepatitis A. New Health Clinic Opens in West Valley City to Meet Growing Need By Andrea Smardon • Dec 9, 2015 Listen Listening... / 1:21 Health officials are cutting the ribbon Wednesday on a new clinic in West Valley City intended to provide a medical home for those who are uninsured or underserved. Free Household Hazardous Waste Collection Ramps up By Judy Fahys • Jun 2, 2015 Judy Fahys/KUER Listen Listening... / 2:13 Household hazardous waste collection begins in earnest this week, as the Salt Lake County Health Department begins hosting neighborhood collections throughout the summer. Opposition to Proposed Winter Wood Burning Ban Heating Up By Bob Nelson • Jan 13, 2015 File: Lopi Listen Listening... / 1:44 National and local wood burning advocates are pushing back on the Utah Division of Air Quality’s proposed ban on any solid fuel burning between November 1st and March 15th. SLCo Health Department Expands Air Quality Authority By Bob Nelson • Jan 8, 2015 Credit:Flickr Creative Commons Listen Listening... / 1:19 The Salt Lake County Health Department has voted to expand its authority by further restricting burning of wood, charcoal and pellets in stoves and fireplaces. Salt Lake County Health Department Study Shows Nicotine Levels on E-liquid Labels are Inaccurate By Taylor Hayes • Jan 8, 2015 Taylor Hayes Listen Listening... / 1:31 The Salt Lake County Health Department released a study on Thursday showing that a majority of liquids sold locally for use in e-cigarettes have significantly different levels of nicotine than their labels claim.