Well considering that the food you consume is technically part of your environment, it's not too terribly wrong, although it is super irritating.Flavorflav wrote:I doubt it.stephritz929 wrote:Does anyone think there'll be anything about MSDS's since it's Environmental? (Material Safety Data Sheet)There really shouldn't be a lot of food-borne, but apparently there is. Lazy event writers recycling old events, methinks.DatScienceKid wrote:This year, the environmental quality is yes, the main theme, but the focus is mostly on basic epidemiology and food borne illnesses. You need to know a lot of vocabulary, and there's odds ratios too. Good luck!
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I didn't know Flavorflav did science olympiad!Flavorflav wrote:I cannot speak for other States, but you will not need info on foodborne illnesses in NY - except perhaps for a few like Giardia that can be passed in many ways, including through food.
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Do you mean person, place, and time?DatScienceKid wrote:Hey, does anyone know what the three pieces of data are that characterize outbreaks or a health situation? Thank you!
Basically. I might also study some history, maybe some current events regarding them. For example, they may give you a case study and have you analyze it.Soccer_Girl wrote:What kind of information should I look at for environment factors? Prevention, what it is, how it's caused, etc...?
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