When the Fairfax County Health Department (FCHD) in Virginia put out a call for volunteers to help conduct a tuberculosis (TB) contact investigation, Rosalia Parada, a long time Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) volunteer, jumped at the chance to serve her community. The investigation was sparked when news of three students from Robert E. Lee High School acquired TB around the same time.
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You’re flipping through the channels on your car radio and you hear the tail end of story about something called MERS. You think you’ve heard the phrase before – it’s got something to do with the Middle East, right? You’re correct – but there is more you need to know.
May 14th, 2014 10:02 am ET - Blog Administrator
“In the spring I have counted one hundred and thirty-six kinds of weather inside of four and twenty hours.” – Mark Twain
While spring officially sprung in late March, it’s only been in the last few weeks that we’ve seen the characteristically unpredictable weather that ushers in the fun-in-the-sun summer.
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