Mold Respiratory Illness

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Parents expect that their children will be in a safe environment when they’re at school, but it appears that at one Long Island middle school, the administration didn’t do nearly enough to keep their students safe. A new lawsuit filed on Sept. 3 against the Northport-East Northport Union Free School…

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Areas of the East Coast have received record amounts of rain, and with record rains often comes flooding. Portions of one town in Maryland were rendered uninhabitable by a major flash flood that knocked out power and flooded buildings nearly to their ceilings. Thousands of emergency calls were placed by…

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A festive Christmas tree is a holiday tradition in many households. There are a variety of ways to get a tree, from visiting a tree lot to going out into the forest and cutting down your own. Bringing it home, setting it up, and decorating it can be a family…

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Sophie the Giraffe is well-known in many households across America. Sophie is a teething toy, one of many toys designed for infants to chew while teething. These toys are designed to soothe inflamed gums and give the child an outlet for the need to chew other items during this important…

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Lung problems are notoriously difficult to diagnose. The symptoms can be interpreted in so many ways, and separating asthma from allergies from other lung ailments can take thousands of dollars in tests. Still, it’s important those tests are run, as the method of treatment will be different dependent upon the…

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