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Risk Communication for Public Health Professionals

March 13, 2018

During the “Syringe Tide” of the 1987-88, the beaches along the Eastern Seaboard were littered with raw garbage and medical Read More >>

Why Are Humans Bad At Calculating Risk?

February 23, 2018

You walk into the local gas station and put down $50 on Powerball tickets. Someone has to win, right? Does Read More >>

Why is This Year’s Flu Season So Harsh?

February 16, 2018

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

New Changes to Cogency!

February 1, 2018

We at Cogency are very excited to welcome and announce that Allan Burt, MBA, LEED AP BD+C has joined the Read More >>

What are Dead Legs?

January 23, 2018

Dead legs may bring a gruesome image to mind, but in the context of water borne pathogens, it has another Read More >>

Raw Water – Harmless Trend or Public Health Hazard?

January 12, 2018

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?

January 4, 2018

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

Elevated Levels of Legionella in Connecticut Rivers

December 13, 2017

Public Health officials have identified four rivers and two watersheds in Connecticut that have elevated levels of Legionella, the bacteria Read More >>

Happy 2017 National Influenza Vaccination Week!

December 8, 2017

While many of us picture the “flu” as missing work or school and watching old re-runs of The Price is Read More >>

From Lake to Tap: The Journey of Raw Water

December 5, 2017

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