Comment on Breathe Easy, Part 2: How to Properly Use a Respirator in an Emergency by myi8

Thanks for your comment. For up to 1,200 parts per million of carbon monoxide, one of the respirator recommendations in the NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards is “Any air-purifying, full-facepiece respirator (gas mask) with a chin-style, front- or back-mounted canister providing protection against the compound of concern. End of service life indicator (ESLI) required.” […]

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Comment on Zika, Mosquitoes, and Standing Water by Nicole A

I have just discovered live larvae in my water fountain which has water constantly circulating, it has never been turned off and there were larvae in there, bobbing around in the currents, not only mosquito larvae but also some really tiny worm type larvae. I am really confused I thought they didn’t live in running […]

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Comment on 10 Years Later: The Lasting Impacts of the H1N1 Flu Pandemic Response by Rafaela

Hello, The relevancy this article provides holds true to this day. In light of the recent events with the measles outbreak in NY, it’s imperative that this information be available to those who don’t receive it as part of their education. By vaccinating ourselves we are protecting the children, the immunocompromised as well as our […]

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Comment on 10 Years Later: The Lasting Impacts of the H1N1 Flu Pandemic Response by Rafaela Villacres

Hello, In light of recent events, specifically with the measles outbreak in New York, the importance that this article highlights continues to provide guidance for future pandemic episodes. Not choosing to get the vaccine, does one more harm than good and one should remain informed on how to better protect themselves. Vaccinations are imperative to […]

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