January 2015 | Volume 123, Issue 1
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Emergency situations are ripe for outbreaks of diseases spread by fecal–oral transmission. In times of scarcity, water tends to go first to drinking and cooking, while hygiene often gets short shrift. Having adequate water is not enough, however; health-protective behaviors are critically important for preventing the spread of waterborne diseases.
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