Proactive Rather Than Reactive – Michigan Hospitals Limit Who Visits Facilities

Recently, a hospital in Michigan modified visitation hours, banning children 13 years and younger from visiting the…

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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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Protecting the Public through Common Sense Care

Norovirus outbreaks are common throughout the food service industry. Restaurants of every size have been threatened by…

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Source Identified in Legionnaire Outbreak: Property Managers and Owners on Notice

  Legionnaires disease — also called legionellosis — is a bacterial pneumonia so named because the first…

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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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