Water-borne pathogens are disease-causing bacteria, viruses, and protozoa you can get from impure water. Protozoa are hard-shelled, single-cell parasites, or cysts, that range from 2 to 15 microns in size. The giardia lamblia cyst is one of the most common water-borne parasites in the United States. Cryptosporidium is also a protozoa, and cryptosporidiosis exhibits symptoms similar to giardiasis, including diarrhea, fatigue, fever, weight loss, nausea, and vomiting. Bacteria are smaller than protozoa, and range in size from .2 to 10 microns. They include E. coli and salmonella. Viruses are even smaller at .004 to .1 microns, and carry diseases like hepatitis.
If you are doing it of your own choice, speak with your employer first. They just might be so impressed with your decision that they will pay for it themselves. And who knows; maybe you’ll be promoted for taking the initiative. And we could all use a little pay increase, couldn’t we?
(a) If you are buying a new home. This will enable you to check the quality of the existing water supply. Although it might come from the municipal water supply you do not know what is in the house system.
Agitate the water gently, until the light tells you it’s done. UV purifiers don’t work in murky water, so if that’s the only water you have, you’ll have to pre-filter it until it’s not cloudy. You also need to make sure you don’t drop an UV device.
No headaches – it’s easy to move on if you don’t like the place or need something bigger, and you don’t have to worry about selling, or finding a new tenant.
You have tried killing and eliminating them but here they are again! Do you ever wonder were they came from? According to Cincinnati health department, bed bugs are present almost everywhere and they are not only in places where unsanitary conditions are observed.
Incidents like this have occurred in the past many times with various foreign objects. In 1994 CNN reported that a woman found a fingertip in her salad in a restaurant. More recently, in may of 2007, The West Virginia Record brought to light a story about a man who found a condom in his iced tea at a Shoney’s in West Virginia. So what is a person to do who finds an unacceptable object in their food?
If you live your life concerned about what your friends and family think, then maybe you shouldn’t sue-under any circumstance. Your friends have not experienced what you have gone through. Nor do they live with the constant pain and disability that you have. They may not truly understand what you will live with for the rest of your life.