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Housing-related health concerns include asthma episodes triggered by exposure to dust mites, cockroaches, pets, and rodents. The existence of cockroaches, rats, and mice mean that they can also be vectors for significant problems that affect health and well-being. They are capable of transmitting diseases to humans. According to a 1997 American Housing Survey, rats and mice infested 2.7 million of 97 million housing units. A CDC-sponsored survey of two major American cities documented that nearly 50% of the premises were infected with rats and mice.This chapter deals with disease vectors and pests as factors related to the health of households.




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Cockroaches are primarily nocturnal. Daytime sightings may indicate potentially heavy infestations. They tend to hide in cracks and crevices and can move freely from room to room or adjoining housing units via wall spaces, plumbing, and other utility installations. Entry into homes is often accomplished through food and beverage boxes, grocery sacks, animal food, and household goods carried into the home. The species of public health interest that commonly inhabit human dwellings (Figures 4.8, 4.9, 4.10, 4.11, 4.12, 4.13) include the following: German cockroach ( Blattella germanica); American cockroach ( Periplaneta americana); Oriental cockroach ( Blatta orientalis); brown-banded cockroach ( Supella longipalpa); Australian cockroach ( Periplaneta australasiae); smoky-brown cockroach ( Periplaneta fuliginosa); and brown cockroach ( Periplaneta brunnea).


We are all Brett Maher&and whether you realize it or not, you are too. Every human being is at least a little bit like the Dallas Cowboys Kicker and NFLs current poster boy for choking, flop-sweating, crapping the bed, whatever word you wanna use&even if youd never admit it. Even if the person we all dream of being is Joe Burrow. So, today, David Epstein, best-selling author of THE SPORTS GENE and RANGE, takes us inside the Yips and our own brains. Where we learn actual lessons that apply to both the very best athletes in the world, and the people who watch them. To help ensure you didn't miss any of our best stories from the past year, we've collected our favorite episodes of 2022 into one playlist. We think youll love every episode on there, so check it out.


If you live in the United Kingdom, you probably know the voice of Wayne Mardle. But after last week, millions of people around the world suddenly got a taste of him calling the World Darts Championship final a genuinely historic duel between Michael van Gerwen of the Netherlands and Michael Smith of England. And Waynes commentary helped make it the most globally viral thing thats pretty much ever happened to this admittedly strange game. So, today, for everyone who watched that clip with awe (and maybe a little confusion too) we bring you Wayne Mardle himself, as he tells the glorious story of the darts game that was heard around the world. We've collected our favorite episodes of 2022 into one playlist, to help ensure you didn't miss any of our best stories from the past year.


Its no surprise that the athlete's mental health has been one of the biggest topics in sports in recent years, as more and more players are coming forward with the struggles they face in dealing with the constant pressure. The screaming fans, the pressure, and the high-stakes moments are exactly what makes sports so compelling. In an encore presentation, we offer an extended conversation with JJ Redick, a man who has both thrived and suffered under the pressure of elite competition, on how we should think about the strain on athletes mental health&while also acknowledging that watching human beings succeed or fail in high pressure situations is exactly what makes them worth watching. You can listen to ESPN Dailys Best of 2022 playlist here.


It took 294 days, but Brittney Griner is back home. On December 8, the WNBA star was freed in a prisoner swap with Russia for convicted arms dealer Viktor Bout, ending an almost year-long fight for her freedom by her loved ones, teammates, fans, and the White House. But just because Griner is back home, doesnt mean her life will ever be the same. We called up TJ Quinn to close the book on the biggest story we have continuously covered all year&and he tells us how we got Griner back, what her readjustment is expected to be like&and when we might next see her on a basketball court. Check out our favorite episodes of 2022. Subscribe to ESPN Daily: Spotify Apple Podcasts Amazon Music iHeartRadio TuneIn ESPN PodCenter Download the ESPN App


What if I told you...women in Iran *cant even go to a soccer game.* Theyre banned from stadiums. New from 30 for 30 Podcasts, Pink Card tells the tale of Iranian women who dare to risk it all for the simple right to watch a soccer match. Creator Shima Oliaee (Oh-lee-eye) reports on generations of women whove fought to take back their stadiums and their joy of the game. Pink Card will forever change how you see fandom and freedom - keep listening for the first episode and binge the full season now in the 30 for 30 Podcasts feed.


Its no surprise that the athlete's mental health has been one of the biggest topics in sports in recent years, as more and more players are coming forward with the struggles they face in dealing with the constant pressure. But screaming fans and high-stakes moments are exactly what makes sports so compelling. So today, in a special crossover episode with The Old Man & The Three podcast, we offer an extended conversation with JJ Redick, who has both thrived and suffered under the pressure of elite competition, on how we should think about the strain on athletes mental health&while also acknowledging that watching athletes succeed or fail in high pressure situations is exactly what makes them worth watching. Check out our favorite episodes of 2022. Subscribe to ESPN Daily: Spotify Apple Podcasts Amazon Music iHeartRadio TuneIn ESPN PodCenter Download the ESPN App


The story of Betsy Sailor and Irv Pankey is unlike any youve heard before. Its a story that, for years, was shrouded in darkness, tied inextricably to the unspeakable crimes of a former Penn State football player named Todd Hodne. ESPNs Tom Junod and Paula Lavigne first brought Hodnes horrific crimes to light this spring in their meticulously reported feature Untold. But in the midst of their reporting, they stumbled onto another, completely opposite story. A story of compassion, friendship, and ultimately, 40 years later&love. You can watch the short film "Betsy & Irv" on ESPN+. Check out our favorite episodes of 2022. Subscribe to ESPN Daily: Spotify Apple Podcasts Amazon Music iHeartRadio TuneIn ESPN PodCenter Download the ESPN App


A veritable treasure trove of science fiction is available to watch on Amazon Prime; much is free to view with your standard subscription and even more is available if you feel like paying a little more. So settle back and soak up some superb sci-fi from the safety of your sofa.


Why you should watch: Hmmm. There is a reason...just let me remember what it was. Ah yes, maybe to watch New York City flood, then freeze over. This is a mildly entertaining end-of-the-world disaster flick with a good cast on paper at least. The problem is that the actual character played by Jake Gyllenhaal is incredibly annoying. And in fact, so is his entire story arc. Dennis Quaid makes up for it a little bit, but not enough to ever watch this movie more than about three times.


Why you should watch: During the second half of the 80s and the first half of the 90s, a whole slew of truly epic sci-fi movies were produced, including "Predator," "Total Recall," "RoboCop" and "The Running Man" to name just a few. This is actually based on a Stephen King novel, back when he was starting out and still wrote under the pseudonym Richard Bachman. It doesn't take itself too seriously and yet is frighteningly prophetic. There's a healthy dose of gratuitous violence and solid performances from an impressive cast, including Maria Conchita Alonso, Yaphet Kotto, Marvin J. McIntyre, Richard Dawson and of course, Arnold Schwarzenegger. Even "Star Trek: Discovery" borrowed heavily from it in the episode "Scavengers" (S03, E06).


Why you should watch: If you're a fan of "DS9" than this is a must-watch; not only are the insights intriguing and often emotional, but the fictional first episode of a hypothetical new series, crafted together in a writers room packed full of the best writers in "Star Trek" is inspired. There's a look back at the early reviews (and how negative they were), the casting decisions and the issues faced throughout production. This documentary also marks the first time any footage from "DS9" has been remastered in high definition including a portion of the main battle sequence from "Sacrifice Of Angels" (S06, E06).


Why you should watch: Based on the Swedish science fiction drama Äkta människor, this was an adaptation written by the British team Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley, that lasted for three, eight-episode seasons before it was sadly cancelled. The concepts in this show aren't particularly groundbreaking, but what makes it compelling viewing is the quality of writing, high production values and stellar casting. It's a compelling analysis of human nature and our reactions to technology and it beautifully reflects so many issues facing us, in the real world, today.


Why you should watch: This is one of the best, long-running sci-fi shows ever produced for television with an impressive 214 episodes ("Star Trek: The Next Generation" only managed 176) plus two spin-offs, each with characters that you quickly become invested in, great plots, comedy, drama and well-written dialogue. All of which results in all-round, high-quality sci-fi entertainment. In all honesty, you should watch this to enhance your enjoyment of "Stargate Atlantis" (below) as that was really the peak of this franchise. "Universe" too was also exceptional and it took the show in a completely new direction, but it was the success of this show that enabled those two to be made. 041b061a72


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