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Does The Risk Of Legionnaire's Disease Rise When There's Lead In Your Water?

Article | June 16, 2016 From Water Online:

Ongoing monitoring shows that lead levels in Flint, Michigan’s water are dropping and getting closer to meeting federal safety standards. 17 more words


Lyme Disease is Preventable!

By Jackie Shostack, MSEd, Public Health Education Supervisor
Bureau of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
Onondaga County Health Department

It’s been a great summer and I hope everyone’s been enjoying the outdoors. 452 more words

Environmental Health

Reblog: Pokémon Go and Health - What the latest app might mean for human health

Well, I’ve written yet another blog for the Health Team. Only this time, it’s a bit off topic so it appears on the team’s Medium.com account. 1,024 more words


The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Celebrates 70th Anniversary

 The CDC was established the year after World War II ended as Malaria Control in War Areas (MCWA) and was part of the United States Public Health Service in charge of eradicating mosquitoes. 146 more words

The First Month

Buenas todos!

Sorry it has been a while since I last posted, training has been keeping me pretty busy. To give you a brief snapshot of my days I have Spanish class from 8am-12pm one hour lunch break and then technical training sessions from 1pm-5:30pm. 623 more words

Peace Corps

Chemical And Physical Properties Of Water

Water is an abundantly occurring natural source. It is found on the surface of the earth as well in the underground resources. Water is said to comprise the 70 percent of the earth’s surface, beside it is present in some ratio in the atmosphere.  521 more words

Environmental Health

Sign On Letter to fund Flint

The deadline to sign on is Wednesday, August 17.

Please see the note below from HOW Coalition co-chair Mike Shriberg, Great Lakes Regional Executive Director with the National Wildlife Federation: 248 more words