How Superstorm Sandy’s Floods Can Make You Sick

National Geographic: As much of the U.S. Northeast grapples with the inundation of Hurricane Sandy, the most dramatic photos show standing water filling busy U.S. streets in New York City, New Jersey, and along the coastline. Public health officials caution that stagnant water from floods can pose significant health risks, many of which can worsen with time. ee "Hurricane Sandy: Why Full Moon Makes 'Frankenstorm' More Monstrous.") David Doyle, a spokesperson for New York's Office of Emergency Management, cautioned......

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