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NJ Suffers Unusual Legionnaires Outbreak in Two Counties

An unusually unseasonal outbreak of Legionnaires disease in two New Jersey counties has led to an investigation by the state’s Health Department. The outbreak, which has occurred in Middlesex and Union Counties, has thus far resulted in 21 confirmed cases of the disease. The potential cause of the current outbreak…
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Seven Signs of Nursing Home Neglect and Abuse

Nursing homes are entrusted with keeping many people’s loved ones safe and healthy. Unfortunately, when they are negligent, it can result in residents getting sick, injured, or worse, so you need to watch for these potential signs of nursing home neglect and abuse: (more…)
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What You Need to Know About Cellar Door Accidents

Every year, a shocking number of New Yorkers are severely injured due to their falling down open sidewalk, cellar doors. Most of these injuries could have been avoided if the cellar door hadn’t been carelessly left open, in the first place. Here are seven facts about cellar door injuries: (more…)
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Legionnaires’ Disease Outbreak Leads to One Death, Eleven Illnesses

Eleven people have been sickened, and one person is dead, after an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in Napa County, California. After testing, a cooling tower at a hotel in Napa County was found to have a large amount of the Legionella bacteria, and the tower was shut down as a…
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