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Return to the Air, Return to the Road, Back to Hotels: Common Hotel Accidents Resulting in Injury

A considerable percentage of the U.S. population enjoys traveling. Additionally, historically there has been a significant segment of the working world that traveled for business. There was a significant pause and reduction in pleasure and business travel over the course of the past year. With the spring of 2021, an increase in travel is being seen. This trend is expected to continue as more people become vaccinated against COVID-19. With increased travel comes more and more people spending time in…

Be Aware: Understand the Most Commonplace Summertime Injuries

Be Aware:Understand the Most Commonplace Summertime Injuries Even though COVID-19 stay at home directives loom over most the United States, there is increasing talk – even among acclaimed infectious disease specialists – that we are likely to begin seeing easing of the isolation orders associated with the coronavirus pandemic within coming weeks. In other words, odds are growing a bit stronger every day that most people in the United States will be able to engage in certain activities typically associated…

Hantavirus Geographically Spreading Potentially Endangering the Lives of More Americans

Hantavirus Geographically Spreading Potentially Endangering the Lives of More Americans Historically, hantavirus appeared to be a pathogen that was confined to a fairly precise geographic area in the United States. Additionally, the virus appeared to be carried by the deer mouse in the United States, although there was evidence that other rodents carried the disease in different countries. In addition, researchers have long believed that it was conceivable that any type of rodent, particularly any type of mouse or rat,…

CDC links Kellogg’s Honey Smacks to Salmonella outbreak in 33 states

Beginning in late March of 2018, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) began receiving reports from various state health departments around the country of a type of food poisoning caused by contamination of a popular breakfast cereal with a type of bacteria known asSalmonella. As of Thursday, July 12th, the CDC reported that it had received confirmation of 100 unique cases ofSalmonella in 33 states. In today’s post, the defective consumer products lawyer at the Doan Law…

US Agencies Investigate Sprout-Related Salmonella

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Center for Disease Control have been investigating a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Enteritidis infections linked to alfalfa sprouts, reports the CDC website. Although there is no connection between this Salmonella outbreak and European E. coli outbreak, the basic symptoms are the same and the dangers are still present. As of June 27, 2011, a total of 21 people infected with the strain of Salmonella Enteritidis have been reported from 5 states, including…

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