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The Economics of Measles

As of April 15, 2019, there have been 555 reported cases of measles in the United States in this year Read More >>

Why is This Year’s Flu Season So Harsh?

We are in the thick of flu season, which means fever, chills, muscle aches and fatigue. In short – pure 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 >>

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 >>

Emerging Threats – Superbugs

The word “Superbug” may call to mind dramatic movies like Contagion, which have “end of humanity” plotlines. But in actuality, Read More >>

Swine Flu Reported in Maryland

County fairs are known for fried foods, carnival rides, and… Swine Flu?! For the first time since 2012, seven individuals Read More >>

Reminder! “A Path Through Chaos” Legionella Discussion

This discussion, comprised of thought leaders within the industry and those with practical experience regarding Legionella, is a “can’t miss” Read More >>

New Speakers Added to the Legionella Advisory Council Panel Discussion!

Cogency’s Advisory Council on Emerging Hazards will be hosting a breakfast meeting on October 29th with thought leaders in the industry Read More >>

Bad Science: A Flawed Study and the Current Measles Outbreak

In January 2011, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) called the 1998 study by Andrew Wakefield, which proposed a link between Read More >>

America’s Vaccination Dilemma: Learning from the Swedes

The increase in U.S. measles cases is alarming because measles is a highly contagious, serious disease caused by a virus. Read More >>

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