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Are Coffee Workers Across the Country at Risk for Lung Disease?
Are Coffee Workers Across the Country at Risk for Lung Disease?
5/24/2016 10:30:08 AM
Earlier this year, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) published the science blog,  Coffee Workers at Risk for Lung Disease . It discusses diacetyl and a diacetyl substitute (2,3-pentanedione) which are both volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that are produced naturally and commercially. According to the NIOSH science blog, diacetyl and …
Lyme Bacteria Hides Inside Parasitic Worms, Causing Chronic Brain Diseases
Lyme Bacteria Hides Inside Parasitic Worms, Causing Chronic Brain Diseases
5/19/2016 7:00:00 AM
The examination of autopsied brain tissues from patients who died of serious neurological conditions has revealed that many tick-borne infections, such as Lyme disease, go undiagnosed and untreated. Board-certified pathologist, Alan B. MacDonald, MD, says his research shows “tick infections are not easily detected with routine tests, nor are they easily cured with short …
Chronic Prostatitis Can Be Thoroughly Cured By Newly Upgraded Herbal Medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill
Chronic Prostatitis Can Be Thoroughly Cured By Newly Upgraded Herbal Medicine Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill
5/16/2016 10:33:30 AM
Nowadays, herbal medicine is evidence of great curative effect towards patients with stubborn disease, chronic prostatitis . Especially the newly upgraded Diuretic and Anti-inflammatory Pill has a great edge in treating chronic prostatitis due to its trait of zero side effects. Because the conventional therapy as, for instance, antibiotics, is merely provided with a low …
Dangers of Hydrogen Sulfide Exposure Witnessed in Worker’s Death
Dangers of Hydrogen Sulfide Exposure Witnessed in Worker’s Death
5/13/2016 10:09:03 AM
In April, the U.S. Department of Labor reported that a 31-year-old worker who had been found unresponsive the previous year at an Ohio farm was overcome by exposure to hydrogen sulfide gas. The gas came from the pig manure he was loading into trailers for use as fertilizer. Tragically, the worker did not survive and federal investigators have determined his death was caused …
Increase Reported in Flint Area Deaths Associated with Legionnaires’ Disease
Increase Reported in Flint Area Deaths Associated with Legionnaires’ Disease
5/2/2016 11:47:50 AM
In April, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) updated the number of deaths that have been associated with people in Genesee County who have developed Legionnaires’ disease. According to the MDHHS, 12 deaths and 91 cases of Legionnaires’ disease have now been identified in the county from 2014 through 2015. The agency reports, “The public health …
Florida Lawsuit Filed after Employees Claim Exposure to Bat Guano, Mold and IAQ Issues
Florida Lawsuit Filed after Employees Claim Exposure to Bat Guano, Mold and IAQ Issues
4/26/2016 2:13:26 PM
Recently, it was reported that pounds of bat feces were discovered in the ceiling above an office in a Florida state government building in Tallahassee. The  Orlando Sentinel  has since reported that the state is moving 1,500 workers from multiple agencies out of the facility to new locations. The newspaper also reported that three state workers have filed a lawsuit …
Lyme Action Network to Host Science and Policy Forum on Capitol Hill
Lyme Action Network to Host Science and Policy Forum on Capitol Hill
4/26/2016 10:00:00 AM
Lyme disease is the second-highest reported infectious disease and the most commonly reported vector-borne illness in the United States. Yet government resources currently allocated to research and patient support do not meet the needs of the growing population affected by this disease, with more than 300,000 new cases annually. To bring attention to the challenges posed by …

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