Journal of Environmental Health
Volume 84, Number 10
About the Cover
Water mist systems are commonly used to cool public places, but they can be colonized by opportunistic premise plumbing pathogens that cause infections in people. Adequate knowledge of health risks associated with these systems is important to avoid exposing people to these pathogens. This issue’s cover article explores the awareness and knowledge of business owners and environmental health officers regarding the health risks associated with the use of water mist systems in Australia. The study found that a majority of owners and environmental health officers were not aware of the health risks. Furthermore, it was reported that there are no regulations for the installation and operation of these systems.
Table of Contents
Advancement of the Science
- Awareness of Business Owner and Environmental Health Officers Regarding Health Risks Associated With the Use of Water Mist Systems in Australia
- Community Outbreak of Legionellosis Associated With an Indoor Hot Tub, New Hampshire, 2018
- Healthcare Visits and Summertime Heat Index in Virginia: An Analysis of Syndromic Surveillance Data Collected From 2015–2020
Advancement of the Practice
- Building Capacity: Building Capacity With GIS
- Direct From ATSDR: Identifying Research to Evaluate Exposures to Microplastics
- Direct From CDC/Environmental Health Services: Keep Your Water Safe With Resources From the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Advancement of the Practitioner
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