The best way to combat the effects of infectious disease is to prevent infection in the first instance. This reality was made patently clear with the novel coronavirus pandemic. With that said, there are other viruses, bacteria, and other microorganisms that can result in serious and even deadly diseases. If you believe your home or business may have been exposed to some sort of dangerous pathogen – an infectious disease-causing germ – you are wise to consider seriously engaging the services of a professional infectious disease remediation company. Call our veteran-led Infectious disease and decontamination services company. 

Understanding Elderly Bowel Incontinence: Dealing with the Consequences of Uncontrolled Bowel Movements

A notable percentage of older people develop what medically is known as elderly bowel incontinence. If you’re the child or caretaker of an older person, you need to have a basic understanding of elderly bowel incontinence, it’s causes, and the impact it can have on an older person’s life generally and living space specifically. Bowel…

How a Staph Infection Is Cured

You undoubtedly have heard, seen, or read at least something about staph infections. You may have heard about staph infections that are resistant to antibiotic treatment. Like many people, you may have legitimate concerns about staph infections. As a consequence, you may want to know how a staph infection is cured. Can My Body Fight…

Five Steps to Take After Potential Exposure to Blood-Borne Pathogens

Bloodborne pathogens are hazardous microorganisms like viruses and bacteria that have the potential for causing disease and illness in human beings. Indeed, there are bloodborne pathogens that can cause chronic disease or permanent illness. There are bloodborne pathogens that can prove to be fatal. If you find yourself exposed to blood or bodily fluids that…

The Importance of Personal Protective Equipment for Biohazard Cleanup

In basic terms, biohazard cleanup is the thorough elimination of potentially dangerous biological substances. Any individual involved in a biohazard cleanup process faces the prospect of exposure to what are known as dangerous pathogens. These pathogens include bacteria and viruses that have the potential for causing disease, including serious and even potentially fatal illness. Because…