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Infection Control

Hundreds sick after casino norovirus outbreak

CHEROKEE, NC — Harrah''s Cherokee Casino and Hotel is cleaning its slot machines with bleach every two hours after an outbreak of norovirus.
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Toilet seat dermatitis on the rise

BALTIMORE — According to research by the John Hopkins Children''s Center, toilet seat dermatitis is making a comeback due to harsh cleaning chemicals and popular wooden toilet seats.
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Clorox offers free kit to prevent flu virus outbreaks

OAKLAND — The Clorox Company announced they are offering a free Flu Preparedness & Prevention Educational Kit to professionals in the JanSan and building maintenance industries.
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EcoLogo to have final review of hand sanitizer standard

PHILADELPHIA — The EcoLogo Program has announced a final 15-day review phase for its standard to address instant hand antiseptic products.
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Speakers announced for Pandemic Preparedness seminar

LATHAM, NY — The first installment of the free 2010 Online Seminar Series, Pandemic Preparedness, will take place Wednesday, February 24, 2010 at 2 p.m. EST/11 a.m. PST.
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SCA Tissue joins relief efforts in Haiti

PHILADELPHIA — SCA Tissue, a global personal hygiene product company, has announced their commitment to assisting in relief efforts following the devastating earthquake in Haiti with a sizeable gift to the American Red Cross.
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Kill H1N1 in Seconds Without Chemicals!

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Couple sues hotel after contracting Legionnaires' disease

MCHENRY, IL – Couple alleges that McHenry Hampton Inn employees failed to maintain the spa in a way that prevented the growth of Legionella bacteria.
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Tests conclude Activeion devices kill H1N1 virus

ROGERS, MN — Recent lab tests found that the ionator EXP™ and ionator HOM™ from Activeion Cleaning Solutions kill the 2009 Pandemic H1N1 influenza A — also known as the swine flu — virus in six seconds with no chemicals.
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Irish hospital uses copper to combat MRSA

St. Francis Private Hospital is the first in the world to use copper doorknobs in an attempt to fightmethicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) infections.
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