Lyme Disease in New Jersey

This presentation is about Lyme disease, to bring about an awareness of this disease, and the high the prevalence it has in the state of New Jersey. It can benefit New Jerseyans and other people in other states to read this presentation. You will find certain material such as symptoms, transmission, treatment, prevention tips, statistics, graphs/diagrams, and the list goes on.

Please click here if you interested in viewing this presentation. I hope that it will be informational and helpful to those that have suffered from Lyme disease. Additionally in the presentation are resources to look up and/or hotlines to call for extra help about this disease.  Most Gracious.

Jasmin Gould

PUBH 6165-04, Environmental Health

Walden University

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Salmonella Poisoning: Ways to avoid potentially catching this common food-bourne illness.

The focus of this presentation is to bring awareness to common practices that can be used to avoid potentially contracting salmonella poisoning. This presentation is directed to the general public.

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I hope you enjoy this presentation. If there any additional questions or comments you have regarding this slide,  please feel free to post a comment.

Thank you and I hope you enjoy this presentation!

Crystal Isaacs

PUBH 6165-4 Environmental Health

Foodborne Illness and Food Safety: Campylobacter and Other Common Foodborne Pathogens

Foodborne Illness and Food Safety:  Campylobacter and Other Common Foodborne Pathogens

The main purpose of this presentation is to educate the general public about foodborne illness; the common pathogens, common symptoms, routes of transmission, as well as tips on how to avoid or reduce the risk foodborne illness.  Specifically, it discusses a bacteria from the Genus Campylobacter.

Please click here to view the presentation.  I hope the presentation is informational.  Please leave any questions or comments below. 

Thank you,

Tracey M. Steeno

Environmental Health PUBH – 6165 – 4

Instructor: Stephen Arnold

Eradication of Hepatitis A Virus (HAV) Among MSM

Viral hepatitis is of concern among men who have sexual contact with men (MSM).  This disease, if symptomatic, can be uncomfortable and cause economic loss.  There is a vaccination for this disease.  This presentation encourages vaccination from Viral hepatitis type A, (HAV) among the MSM population especially because of the complications that may occur in a person with an immune system that may be compromised.  This presentation is directed toward the MSM community and all who would like to join the fight in helping people thrive. 

Please click here to view presentation.  I hope the presentation in informative and encourages promotion of the HAV vaccination.  If you have any questions or comments, I encourage you to do so below. 

Thank you,

Jerona T. Knox

PUBH 8165-3, Environmental Health

Walden University