MERS Awareness and Self-Protection – Six Degrees

The 1990 play “Six Degrees of Separation” popularized a theory first espoused in 1929 by Hungarian author…

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Don’t Be Fooled – Tackling Measles by Way of Prevention

Eight months ago to the day, I wrote about the danger of measles reemerging in the United…

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Understanding Avian Flu – Key Facts

The European Commission has recently adopted protective measures to try to contain a bird flu outbreak after…

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Financial Impacts and Communicable Illness Planning

  Not having a communicable illness strategy with defined processes, procedures and triggers is not an option…

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Public Health Sectors Need Teamwork to Address Ebola Concerns

This week’s guest contributor Anthony S. Mangeri, MPA, CPM, CEM shares an article first published in In…

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Ebola Global Alert

As of March 27, 2014 a total of 103 suspected cases, including 66 deaths (case fatality ratio:…

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The Unusual – NOT a License for Obliviousness – Hepatitis C Crisis

The Unusual – NOT a License for Obliviousness – Hepatitis C Crisis ANALYSIS by Dr. Don Donahue, Director,…

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