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Raw Water – Harmless Trend or Public Health Hazard?

Every day it feels like a new trend is rolling through social media. One day it’s avocado toast, the next Read More >>

Why should we care about biofilm?

In public health, biofilms aren’t Ashton Kutcher acting in a movie about Steve Jobs! While definitely not as glamorous as Read More >>

From Lake to Tap: The Journey of Raw Water

How do we know if water is drinkable? While water in a lake or river may look clear, does that Read More >>

What Lurks in Public Drinking Water?

Think about this. Where do cities and municipalities get their water? What feeds into the reservoirs? Do animals and humans Read More >>

Dr. Cheung Speaks at AIHA Fall Conference on Leadership and Management

At last month’s AIHA Fall Conference on Leadership and Management in Tampa, FL, Cogency’s President and Founder, Dr. Hung Cheung, Read More >>

Legionnaire’s Disease Outbreaks from Drinking Water

Two recent studies released by the CDC show that there has been a significant increase in the number of waterborne Read More >>

Help – Everything is flooded! Why should I care what kind of water it is? What now?

Did you know that all water is not created equal? Although all types of water can cause mold amplification and Read More >>

Legionnaire’s Disease – Tools for Risk Mitigation

Legionnaire’s disease is a serious illness caused by the waterborne bacteria called Legionella. One way a person can become sick is Read More >>

Human Risk Assessment: Floodwater Health Hazards

With all the national coverage of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, viewers can see residents standing in and wading through Read More >>

CMS Releases Requirement to Reduce Legionella Risk in Healthcare Facility Water Systems to Prevent Cases and Outbreaks of Legionnaires’ Disease

On June 2, 2017 (revised on June 9, 2017 to clarify provider types affected), the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Read More >>

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