Brown County Public Health

Brown County Public Health BCPH is dedicated to preventing, promoting, and protecting health. Located in Green Bay, WI.

Have you seen food being sold on Facebook Marketplace lately?⚠️Food being sold on Facebook Marketplace is generally not ...
03/30/2024

Have you seen food being sold on Facebook Marketplace lately?⚠️
Food being sold on Facebook Marketplace is generally not inspected or licensed by public health sanitarians and can cause serious food poisoning.
To learn more about business licensing and food safety, visit: bit.ly/bclicensing

03/29/2024

Easter eggs are a fun holiday staple, but safety comes first. Left out for more than two hours? Don’t eat them, especially if they’ve been outside or near animals. Planning to eat them? Use food-safe dyes and keep them refrigerated until the hunt begins. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3V4meUQ

Hello Spring! 🌸🌞Tick kit's include materials to remove a tick (a tweezers, alcohol pad, and Band-Aids), mosquito wipes, ...
03/29/2024

Hello Spring! 🌸🌞

Tick kit's include materials to remove a tick (a tweezers, alcohol pad, and Band-Aids), mosquito wipes, and educational materials. Pick up a tick kit at 111 N. Jefferson Street Green Bay WI 54301 on the Mezzanine Floor.

Learn more about tick prevention here: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/tick/bite-prevention.htm

03/28/2024

Distractions can compromise your ability to drive safely, whether you’re trying to find your phone in your purse, searching for your exit on a highway, or just taking your eyes off the road for a few seconds to read a text message. Focus on your drive and the safety of your kids! Learn more: https://bit.ly/2O69mxs

National Safety Council National CPS Certification NHTSA Safe Kids Worldwide

03/28/2024

Be sure to check your for ticks after their outdoor adventures, too. Not only can ticks be harmful to pets, your pets can bring ticks indoors. ! Learn more about tick bite prevention at www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/tick/bite-prevention.htm

Parenthood is a wild ride, full of surprises and challenges at every turn. One crucial aspect of this journey is infant ...
03/27/2024

Parenthood is a wild ride, full of surprises and challenges at every turn. One crucial aspect of this journey is infant feeding. Whether you breast/chestfed, use formula, or a combination of both, your experience and perspective matter!

If you live in Brown County and have given birth within the last 5 years or are currently pregnant, please take time to complete this survey. After 5/31/2024, people who completed the survey and provided contact information will be put in a drawing to win 1 of 160 $25 gas or grocery gift cards. (must be a Brown County Wisconsin Resident).

ENGLISH: https://stnorbert.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_0oEYhOiSLfOYlRc
SPANISH: https://stnorbert.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_a9lhi3H2R301n8O
HMONG: https://stnorbert.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6L3BZT0mBzFhPUi

03/27/2024

Spring weather can be unpredictable, which is why you should have multiple ways to receive alerts.

Using mobile devices, local media, mobile apps, warning sirens, and weather radios can help ensure you know when to seek shelter.

03/27/2024

Dedicate yourself to safe and focused driving this spring! Before you drive:

🟠 Preview your driving route
🟠 Put phone on “Do Not Disturb”
🟠 Finish any urgent or distracting tasks

Do you plan on viewing the partial solar eclipse in Wisconsin on April 8th from 1:30-2:30 (Central Time)? 🌒 If so, prepa...
03/25/2024

Do you plan on viewing the partial solar eclipse in Wisconsin on April 8th from 1:30-2:30 (Central Time)? 🌒 If so, prepare yourself on how to protect your eyes 🕶 by checking out these tips ⤵️

Thaw frozen foods in the refrigerator, in the microwave, or in cold water. Never thaw at room temperature and never refr...
03/24/2024

Thaw frozen foods in the refrigerator, in the microwave, or in cold water. Never thaw at room temperature and never refreeze something that has been thawed once. Learn more: bit.ly/2LOEtaU

March 24 is  . Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the world’s leading infectious disease killers. Today is for raising awarenes...
03/24/2024

March 24 is . Tuberculosis (TB) is one of the world’s leading infectious disease killers. Today is for raising awareness of the importance of testing and treating TB.

Learn more about TB here: https://www.cdc.gov/tb/topic/basics/default.htm

Marzo 24 es el   ( ). Tuberculosis (TB) es una de las  principales enfermedades contagiosas mortales del mundo.  El día ...
03/24/2024

Marzo 24 es el ( ). Tuberculosis (TB) es una de las principales enfermedades contagiosas mortales del mundo. El día de hoy se trata de crear conciencia sobre la importancia de realizarse pruebas y tratar la tuberculosis.

Conoce más acerca de la Tuberculosis en: https://www.cdc.gov/tb/topic/basics/default.htm

What’s wrong with this picture? Can you spot the safety hazards? Each year, Wisconsinites are injured by falling from la...
03/24/2024

What’s wrong with this picture? Can you spot the safety hazards? Each year, Wisconsinites are injured by falling from ladders; falls are our fourth-leading cause of work-related death. At work and at home, please practice ladder safety. Learn more this : https://b.link/92gkmy

03/22/2024

: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warns consumers to immediately stop using Comfi Baby Infant Walkers due to fall & entrapment hazards; Violations of Federal Safety Regulations for Infant Walkers; Sold exclusively on
Amazon.com by All Merchandise

CPSC urges consumers to stop using the infant walkers immediately and to throw them away.

Full release:
https://cpsc.gov/Newsroom/News-Releases/2024/CPSC-Warns-Consumers-to-Immediately-Stop-Using-Comfi-Baby-Infant-Walkers-Due-to-Fall-and-Entrapment-Hazards-Violations-of-Federal-Safety-Regulations-for-Infant-Walkers-Sold-Exclusively-on-Amazon-com-by-All-Merchandise

03/22/2024

Brown County Public Health is supporting Manpreet Kaur, a medical student at Medical College of Wisconsin, in her physician in the community pathways project titled “Factors Influencing COVID-19 Vaccination Decision in Brown County, WI” by sharing an anonymous survey.

This study aims to determine what factors influenced people in Brown County to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. The project consists of an anonymous survey that is open to participants 18 years or older and reside in Brown County. The survey will take about 10 minutes to complete, and will be available from now until June 1, 2024.

Brown County Public Health will not be collecting or storing the data from the survey.

If you have questions about the research project or data, please feel free to contact Manpreet Kaur at [email protected]. If you have questions about your rights as a research participant or want to report any problems or complaints, you can call the Medical College of Wisconsin/Froedtert Hospital Research Subject Advocate at (414) 955-8844.

If you are 18 years or older and reside in Brown County, please consider taking the following anonymous survey:
https://mcwisc.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_eD7lAYJy9txKXtA

Also, please consider sharing this survey with those that you serve. We will be sharing on our social media channels and we invite you to share those posts as well.

The most powerful, simple and trusted way to gather experience data. Start your journey to experience management and try a free account today.

03/22/2024
03/22/2024

¡Mantén a tus hijos seguros! Ponga todos los medicamentos, vitaminas y suplementos, incluso los que están en forma de gomitas, Fuera Del Alcance y vista para niños pequeños.

Tenga a mano el número de la línea directa de envenenamiento, por si acaso: 1-800-222-1222. Más información en: https://bit.ly/3PfxZUL

03/22/2024

Snowplows aren’t hard to see. But snowplow operators might not be able to see you. As you approach snowplows out clearing the roads in the next few days, please remember to stay at least 200 feet behind them and SLOW DOWN.

RECALL ALERT📣The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is warning consumers about the choking risk associated w...
03/21/2024

RECALL ALERT📣

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is warning consumers about the choking risk associated with roller ball candy type products and advises them not to buy or use these products. The candy’s rolling ball can dislodge and become trapped in a child’s throat, posing a fatal choking risk. Last year, one child died as a result of this hazard, and another required emergency surgery to remove the roller ball.



Learn more here: https://www.cpsc.gov/Newsroom/News-Releases/2024/CPSC-Warns-Consumers-to-Immediately-Stop-Purchasing-and-Using-All-Roller-Ball-Candy-Type-Products-Due-to-Choking-Hazard-One-Death-Reported?fbclid=IwAR0Qmu54y6EVt6QlYJxS8DxbbbyVqPtWsQya5bhM0NNkZtyuK5yyyHJZIF0

03/21/2024

03/21/2024

PLAN AHEAD: Don’t put your snow scrapers away just yet – widespread accumulating snow is expected late this evening through Friday afternoon (March 22). The snow is anticipated to impact the Friday morning commute for most of the state. Allow extra time to reach your destination and leave room to brake.

Know before you go with 511wi.gov to view current winter road conditions, live traffic cameras, and more.

Spring Break is often about 'living your best life', but if you drive after drinking — you may not have a life to live. ...
03/21/2024

Spring Break is often about 'living your best life', but if you drive after drinking — you may not have a life to live. ☠️ Call a sober friend 🚗, rideshare 🚙, taxi 🚖, or take public transportation 🚎to get home safely. Buzzed Driving Is Drunk Driving.

Spring is here 🪺 and soon we'll have more... SNOW!😱Be prepared for accumulating snow ❄️Thursday night into Friday mornin...
03/20/2024

Spring is here 🪺 and soon we'll have more... SNOW!😱
Be prepared for accumulating snow ❄️Thursday night into Friday morning. ⚠️Remember: Ice and snow, take it slow during your Friday a.m. commute.

Spring is here and soon we'll have more... SNOW!😱

Be prepared for accumulating snow Thursday night into Friday morning.❄️

⚠️Remember: Ice and snow, take it slow during your Friday a.m. commute.

It’s good for your health to reflect on what makes you happy! Take a moment today to think about something that delights...
03/20/2024

It’s good for your health to reflect on what makes you happy! Take a moment today to think about something that delights you. This , what’s got you smiling?

What do you think about our community's well-being? Let us know by taking this survey? https://bit.ly/CHAbc(available in...
03/19/2024

What do you think about our community's well-being? Let us know by taking this survey? https://bit.ly/CHAbc

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Green Bay, WI

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Wednesday 8am - 4:30pm
Thursday 8am - 4:30pm
Friday 8am - 4:30pm

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