Wellness Wednesday: Pool Water Safety, Zika in Columbus, and the Effects of Junk Food
A new report by the CDC has found that a majority of public swimming pools had at least one safety violation. Also, Zika has now been found in Columbus, prompting health officials and residents to address ways to help contain the virus. And, while many know junk food isn't healthy, the new FDA guidelines on sodium are bringing to light just how unhealthy the modern diet is.
- Michele Hlavsa, Chief, CDC’s Healthy Swimming Program
- Luke Jacobs, Assistant Environmental Health Administrator, Columbus Public Health
- Diane Gorgas, Professor of Emergency Medicine, Ohio State University's Wexner Medical Center and Executive Director, The Health Sciences Center for Global Health, Ohio State University
- Dr. Marie Bragg, Assistant Professor, New York University College of Global Public Health
This show originally aired on June 8, 2016 at 11 a.m.