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CSI : Crime Scene Inspection

By: Rosemary Stephen, Elements: Environmental Health Intelligence Once in a while our work involves giving recommendations that are outside the scope of our expertise. Back in the early 1980′s, I was involved in something that I never dreamed would become my responsibility. At that time I was posted in a Military Base as a Preventive

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Farm Self-inspection to prevent the spread of Swine Flu

Published on May 11, 2009 by in Disease

By: Rosemary Stephen, Elements: Environmental Health Intelligence Swine raising his a very touchy subject, especially these days. We tend to imagine worst case scenarios: too many animals per pen, odor and fly problems, a possible link to diseases and even public disagreement over the ethics of pig raising. In the web article called “Critics question

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Swine flu H1N1 – Recommended Reads

By: Rosemary Stephen, Elements: Environmental Health Intelligence At the moment we are being inundated with information about the H1N1 flu – some of this information is valuable and informative while some of it is less so… I came across three articles that are valuable, informative and worth reading. The first one is entitled “Germ Sleuths

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Mercury in our Environment – a recommended read

By Rosemary Stephen, Elements: Environmental Health Intelligence I clearly remember a particular grade 7 Science class when our teacher did a lecture on mercury. He described this amazing silvery liquid as being “unwettable” meaning it did not bind to anything. He than gave us a demonstration of this peculiar property; he poured a small amount

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