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July 2001: Volume 43, Number 7

See This Spot Next Month
by Kelly A. Reynolds, Ph.D.

Editor's note: We've got good news and bad news for you this month in our column on microbiological and water contaminant issues. First the bad news -- as you've noticed already -- there is no column this month. As for the good news, "On Tap" author Dr. Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D., gave birth to her second child on June 5. This understandably delayed completion of her article, but she and her daughter, Isabella, are doing well.

 
For earlier columns in this category, click on the link below or hit the 'List All' button.
Return of the MAC: Risks of Waterborne Mycobacterium avium  June 2001
A History of Water & Microbiological Contaminants  May 2001
Waterborne Prion Disease Transmission: Assessing the Risks  April 2001
Monitoring Public Water Supplies  March 2001
Demographics of Water Consumption  February 2001
Agricultural Wastes on Groundwater Quality -- The Microbial Impact  January 2001
Return of the ``Superbugs`` -- Attempting to Crack the Mystery  December 2000
Is NDMA in Water a Substantial Human Health Risk?  November 2000
Mapping Bacterial Genomes -- Providing New Insights into Infectious Disease-Causing Agents  October 2000
Helicobacter pylori -- New Evidence Linking Water to Stomach Ulcers  September 2000
Microbial Infections Associated with Whirlpool Baths & Spas  August 2000
Dangers of Home Water Storage  July 2000