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If you have been around rodents and have symptoms of fever, deep muscle aches, and severe shortness of breath, see your doctor immediately. Be sure to tell your doctor that you have been around rodents.
Note: Other courses, upon notification by the Body Artist prior to taking the course, may be approved after review by TCHD; these courses must meet the definition of bloodborne pathogen course from BA-16, Section 1-103(f). Call your local TCHD Environmental Health office for more information.
Yes. On-site inspections will be conducted during the event to ensure compliance. Artists participating in temporary body art events must comply with all applicable sections of the Tri-County Health Department Rules and Regulations for Body Art Establishments Regulation No. BA-16. A Temporary Event License Application must be completed and submitted by the event coordinator to TCHD at least thirty (30) days prior to the proposed start date of the event. For more information, contact your local TCHD Environmental Health office.
Yes. Section 10-1001 of the Tri-County Health Department Rules and Regulations for Body Art Establishments requires mobile body art establishments to obtain a Body Art Establishment License. Mobile body art establishments must comply with all applicable sections of the Tri-County Health Department Rules and Regulations for Body Art Establishments Regulation No. BA-16 and must receive an annual licensing inspection from Tri-County Health Department. The Body Art Establishment License Application can be found here: Body Art License Application. For more information, contact your local TCHD Environmental Health office.
Renovators and contractors doing work that disturbs paint in child-occupied facilities and homes built before 1978 are required to work in “lead-safe” ways. The EPA lead web site tells about lead’s hazards, preventing lead exposure, living safely in pre-1978 buildings, and what “lead-safe” means. The page “Operators of Child Care Facilities” informs operators in older buildings that they either 1) get lead-safe certified if they are doing repairs/remodels themselves, or 2) that they advisedly hire a lead-safe certified firm. A concise EPA handout on providers’ responsibilities is available.
Iron - lean meats, fish, cereals high in iron, dried fruits such as raisins and prunes Calcium - milk, yogurt cheese, green leafy vegetables Vitamin C - citrus fruits and juices, tomatoes, tomato juice, green peppers
1. Select examination gloves. Use non-powdered gloves because some forms of talc used to powder gloves may have lead contamination.2. Wash the child’s hands thoroughly with soap and water, and then dry them with a clean, low-lint towel. Plain, unprinted, non-recycled towels are best.3. Grasp the finger that has been selected for puncture between your thumb and index finger with the palm of the child’s hand facing up.4. If not done during washing, massage the fleshy portion of the finger gently.5. Clean the ball or pad of the finger to be punctured with an alcohol swab. Dry the fingertip using sterile gauze or a cotton ball.
Normally all blood lead test results are reported by the testing laboratory to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). CDPHE then reports BLL's of 5 µg/dL or greater to the respective local health department for follow-up.
Plan B One-Step® contains the hormone levonorgestrel. Plan B One-Step® contains a higher dose of levonorgestrel than regular birth control pills, but works in a similar way to prevent pregnancy, mainly by stopping the release of an egg from the ovary. Plan B One-Step® may also work by preventing fertilization of an egg or by preventing attachment (implantation) to the uterus (womb). You should use Plan B One-Step® within 72 hours (3 days) after you have had unprotected sex or experienced birth control failure. Plan B One-Step® is available without a prescription.
ella® works by decreasing progesterone in the body which can stop or delay ovulation and may also change the lining of the uterus preventing the egg from implanting after ovulation. ella® should be taken up to 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected sex or birth control failure. ella® is only available by prescription.
The sooner you take any emergency contraception, the better it works.Emergency contraception is a backup method of birth control you can use when: • Your regular birth control was used incorrectly or failed • You did not use any birth control method
Other Mold Resources: - A Brief Guide to Mold, Moisture and Your Home - Homeowner's Guide to Moisture Management - Mold Remediation in Schools and Commercial Buildings (Although it was written for schools and commercial buildings, the concepts apply to the home setting as well)
Note: Tri-County Health Department cannot provide legal services. For further legal questions you can contact Colorado Legal Services at 303-837-1313.
Other Radon Resources: - Citizens Guide to Radon - Dealing with Radon in Real Estate Transactions- Consumer’s Guide to Radon Reduction-- How to Fix Your Home
For more information see EPA's Asbestos website.
For more information on these and other health effects of asbestos exposure see the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health and the National Cancer Institute.
Household Chemical Roundup events cannot accept waste from businesses, and are not able to accept radioactive waste, smoke detectors, electronic waste of any kind, oil drums, asbestos, sharps/medical waste or explosives.
You and your nurse decide who gets involved.
The Denver Health Tuberculosis Clinic provides low-cost diagnostic testing and treatment. If they diagnose you with TB, your treatment will be offered for free. Please call (303) 602-7240 to schedule an appointment with the Denver Health TB clinic. Denver Metro Tuberculosis Clinic at Denver Health
The Women, Infants and Children Program, also known as WIC is a federally funded program. WIC provides nutrition information, medical referrals, breastfeeding support, prenatal nutrition education classes, health screenings and nutritious foods to qualifying families. Learn more about WIC and WIC foods by watching the
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