Archive for December, 2015

What a Year: CTEH®’s Publications in 2015

Welcome back to Inside CTEH®’s “What a Year.” As we continue to wrap up 2015, we’d like to take a minute to highlight the CTEH® scientists who were published this […]

Remembering the Reason for the Season

Whether we’re shopping for loved ones, decorating our tree or cooking a holiday meal for family and friends, it’s easy to get wrapped up in the chaos of Christmas. Each […]

What a Year: 2015 in Review

Whether our scientists were presenting at national conferences, authoring papers for leading scientific publications or simply giving back to their local communities, 2015 was quite the year for CTEH®. Here […]

Common Cold: Myth vs. Fact

We’ve all heard them. Wear garlic to stave off sickness. Rub Vicks VapoRub on your children’s feet to prevent a cold. Eat mom’s chicken noodle soup to get better. There […]

“Do these mix?” Part III: Avoiding food and drug interactions

Have you recently been prescribed a new medicine, but aren’t sure if you can drink your favorite caffeinated beverage when taking it? Welcome back to Inside CTEH, where we’re investigating […]

Mark your calendars: It’s National Influenza Vaccination Week (Dec. 6-12)

 Fever. Sore throat. Muscle aches. Cough. Headache. If you’re experiencing any of these flu symptoms, chances are you aren’t alone. According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), between five […]

CTEH® announces Ray Meyer as Director of Emergency Response Crisis Management

CTEH® is excited to announce Ray Meyer, CEM, has joined our team.  Ray brings over 35 years of Emergency Management experience to the organization as an experienced Incident Commander and Emergency […]

What’s behind the common cold?

ACHOO! Sneezing, a sore throat and a runny nose can be tell tale signs that you’re coming down with a cold. Every year in the United States, adults contract an […]

“Do these mix?” Part II: Discovering common food and drug interactions

Whether you’re taking prescription or over-the-counter medicine, it’s important to always follow the information on the label and directions from your health care provider. If instructions aren’t followed properly, active […]