Brenda F. Johnson has 25 years experience and works as a RN at Gi Lab.
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We take for granted the access to clean water for bathing and drinking. Not too long ago, clean water was only obtained if it was boiled, or if distilled was available. In the early 1900s, public education on contaminated water was beginning through the training of nurses. Enjoy this entry into the “Era Gone By” series.