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The Controversy of Medical Waste Disposal

At a garbage dump in Russia, six children were playing with glass vials containing expired smallpox vaccine. All six of these children became ill with a mild form of smallpox after being exposed to the expired smallpox vaccine. Thank goodness…

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The recent Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh, has kindled the age old national debate of pro choice or pro life. Do we reserve the right for women to abort a pregnancy be it that it’s their own body…

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During the summer months people are generally more active which makes both the young and old more susceptible to injury. Unfortunately, fatal accidents tend to increase during the months of July and August as people are out later due to…

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Picking up the latest Issue of the AARP Bulletin of July/August 2018, I was intrigued to read about latest news in telehealth or telemedicine. At least ten years ago, before smartphones were the rage, I remember visiting a former neighbor…

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As one walks along the shore while the summer sun is shining, one may not know that these pristine clear waters could have been the same place that hazardous medical waste may have passed through in the past. If beaches…

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We have heard and read a lot about medical waste in the healthcare industry. Nursing homes, hospitals and doctor’s offices are some of the main venues of medical waste disposal. Even in public bathrooms you will see a special case…

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A ten year old girl asks her mother, “ why does mom insist that I take my hand sanitizer keychain with me wherever i go?, it’s really drying out my hands.” The response was, “ to keep you protected from…

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Everyday around the word health care facilities benefit society by providing diagnosis, treatment, and wellness. Along with this care comes a hazardous fallout referred to as medical waste. The Environment Protection Agency (EPA) refers to medical waste as “a subset…

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