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20
Nov
2020
Public Health

Our Swan Song: Science, Innovation, and the Big Picture


30
Oct
2020
Public Health
by Joan B. Rose, PhD, and Heather Murphy, PhD, P Eng

COVID-19 Pandemic Highlights Need for Universal Access to Safe Water and Sanitation

In a nutshell… The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the need for universal access to safely managed drinking water, sanitation, and hygiene. Acutely aware of a lack of progress toward achieving the 17 United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) pre-pandemic, and new impediments resulting from the pandemic, innovative projects around the globe can help inspire... Read More »

23
Oct
2020
Public Health
by Bruce K. Bernard, PhD, and Stephen A. Hubbs, PE

Extremely Rare but Deadly: Brain-Eating Naegleria fowleri Amoeba in Water

In a nutshell… This article discusses Naegleria fowleri risk and prevention in water. These free-living amoebas can thrive in warm freshwaters such as lakes and sometimes inadequately treated, warm household (e.g., drinking, bathing) water. Entry of contaminated water through the nose—not by swallowing—can lead to a fatal brain infection. Only a handful of cases are... Read More »

09
Oct
2020
Public Health
by Water Quality & Health Council

How Will COVID-19 Impact Halloween This Year?

In a nutshell… Many Halloween celebrations will be modified this year to include precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Depending on your county disease risk level and local restrictions, holiday activities can be selected that are appropriate without raising the risk of spreading the COVID-19 virus.   How are your fall and winter... Read More »

01
May
2020
Public Health
by Ralph Morris, MD, MPH

Household Chemical Safety and Coronavirus: What You Need to Know

In a nutshell… This article reviews data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that show increasing numbers of phone calls to US poison centers during the current coronavirus pandemic. The CDC notes these calls could be linked to cleaning and disinfecting in the household to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.... Read More »

06
Mar
2020
Public Health
by Water Quality & Health Council

Comparing Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) and Influenza

In a nutshell… This article provides a comparison of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) and influenza including how the diseases spread and affect human populations. Many of the steps people can take to avoid these illnesses are similar and are outlined here.   This man is correct in covering his sneeze, as both the influenza virus... Read More »

31
Jan
2020
Public Health
by Ralph Morris, MD, MPH, and Barbara M. Soule, RN, MPA, CIC, FSHEA, FAPIC

Coronavirus: What is it and How Can We Prevent its Spread?

In a nutshell… This article provides an update on the coronavirus outbreak that began in central China at the end of 2019 and is currently sweeping the globe. Information on the “2019 Novel Coronavirus” is provided, including its likely animal origin, symptoms, how it is spread, and most importantly, how to help prevent its spread.... Read More »

03
Jan
2020
Preventing Infection
by Water Quality & Health Council

Germ Prevention: Don’t Regift Germs This Holiday Season

In a nutshell… Holiday gatherings are prime locations for “re-gifting” germs. A free, downloadable Cover Your Cough coloring page from the CDC illustrates strategies to prevent the spread of germs. Children may color the germ prevention page and learn to cover coughs and sneezes and to wash their hands correctly. This article provides directions for... Read More »