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May 2010: Volume 52, Number 5

On Tap: 'Infectobesity'--Can Waterborne Viruses Cause Excessive Weight Gain?
by Kelly A. Reynolds, MSPH, Ph.D.
 Pages: 66-67

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For earlier columns in this category, click on the link below or hit the 'List All' button.
On Tap: New Source Water Links to Increasing Norovirus Infections  April 2010
On Tap: Evidence of Novel Waterborne Parechoviruses Associated with US Infant Deaths  March 2010
On Tap: Clostridium difficile Bacteria Fountains--the Potential Problem with Vended Drinks  February 2010
On Tap: Consumer Confidence Wanes as US Drinking Water Quality Takes a Hit in the Headlines  January 2010
On Tap: Increased Risks in the Elderly from Tap Water Consumption  December 2009
On Tap: Please Don't Poop in the Pool!  November 2009
On Tap: Situation Aeromonas  October 2009
On Tap: Water Quality Impact on World Health Improvement Goals  September 2009
On Tap: APHA Explores the Public Health Challenge of Water  August 2009
On Tap: Co-Contaminant Calamities--Arsenic and Influenza  July 2009
On Tap: Jumping the Species Barrier--How Animal Pathogens Invade Human Hosts  June 2009
On Tap: Clostridium difficile--An Emerging Epidemic  May 2009