Olivia Farrow

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The practice of environmental public health (EPH)-ensuring food, water, and sanitation protection-is the traditional cornerstone of public health. Demands on the EPH infrastructure have broadened, however, to involve issues such as chemical and physical hazards in the environment, the role of the built environment in health, and disaster preparedness.(More)
BACKGROUND During a Legionnaires' disease (LD) outbreak, combined epidemiological and environmental investigations were conducted to identify prevention recommendations for facilities where elderly residents live independently but have an increased risk of legionellosis. METHODS Survey responses (n = 143) were used to calculate attack rates and describe(More)
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