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Can I Travel if I Have Mesothelioma?


Flying when you are ill can increase your risk of getting sick. While airplanes have strict guidelines for air filtration, you are still sitting very close to other passengers, some of whom could be sick, potentially passing their sickness. Commonly resulting from asbestos exposure, mesothelioma is a type of cancer in the lung. It can » Read More

Over 2 Million Ellume COVID-19 Home Tests Recalled


First recalled in Oct. due to the chance of false positive COVID-19 home tests, medical diagnostics manufacturer Ellume recalled more than 2 million of the tests due to higher than acceptable false positives. Announced by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Wednesday, the Ellume home COVID-19 test is listed as a Class I » Read More

Is Asbestos Exposure Common During Flooding?


Exposure to asbestos often leads to serious health conditions, including mesothelioma. Many older buildings and products were made with asbestos because of its heat- and fire-resistant properties. However, people who have been exposed to disturbed asbestos fibers often develop serious health issues. Home damage can also release asbestos fibers into the air. Many older homes » Read More

Should I Remove Asbestos in My Home?


Asbestos was once widely used as a flame-retardant, and it now remains a part of many older homes. Federal laws banned the use of asbestos decades ago, but many older buildings in the greater Philadelphia area and other regions throughout the country still contain asbestos. Asbestos is a heat- and friction-resistant substance that is made » Read More

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