What Enters Your Office Doors? Managing Visitors During a Pandemic

The most common illness experience most of us will have in our organizations will be as a…

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8 Telework and Social Distancing Points for Employer Communicable Illness Plans

A Communicable Illness Plan (CIP) should primarily focus on describing expected actions of, as well as coordination…

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Dr. Don Donahue on the Rise of Measles in the U.S. – Why Risk Exposure?

For those of a certain age, childhood diseases such as measles were a routine matter. What fades…

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Germs in the Workplace: Communicating Health Information for Wellness

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Germs are tiny microorganisms that exist all around us and are invisible to the human eye. There…

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Health Communication Priorities for Recent Rise in Mumps Outbreaks

Mumps Mumps is a highly contagious disease caused by a virus. It typically starts with a few…

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Putting The Dangers of Today’s Risks, Crises and Disasters into (Some) Perspective

An NBC/Wall Street Journal poll found that recent terrorist attacks have vaulted terrorism and national security to…

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Health Communication to Boost Influenza Immunization Rates Remains a Priority

According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the United States experiences epidemics of seasonal flu each…

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CDC Urges 6 Months and Older To Get A Flu Shot ASAP

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Who should get vaccinated this season? Everyone 6 months of age and older should get a flu…

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Newly Identified Strain of E. Coli Bacteria Resistant to the “Antibiotic of Last Resort”

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Antibiotics and similar drugs, together called antimicrobial agents, have been used for the last 70 years to…

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