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News–

Impact On Healthcare Providers Of Caring For The Terminally Ill

Nurses face career shortages during economic downfall

Talk Therapy Better for Cardiac Related Depression

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Tip of the Week– Dermal Exposures with Lisa Booze from the Maryland Poison Center

From the CDC:

Household Chemicals and Carbon Monoxide

  • Always read the label before using a product that may be poisonous.
  • Keep chemical products in their original bottles or containers. Do not use food containers such as cups, bottles, or jars to store chemical products such as cleaning solutions or beauty products.
  • Never mix household products together. For example, mixing bleach and ammonia can result in toxic gases.
  • Wear protective clothing (gloves, long sleeves, long pants, socks, shoes) if you spray pesticides or other chemicals.
  • Turn on the fan and open windows when using chemical products such as household cleaners.

Maryland Poison Center

NIH Medline on Poisonings

NIH Medline on Pesticide Poisonings

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