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Talking Tuesday: Hello, Summer!

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Ah, summer is finally here, and I can relax for just a little bit before I am sent off to a far away land to do some epidemiological stuff. Let me tell you all about it in about five minutes time.

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René F. Najera, DrPH

I'm a Doctor of Public Health, having studied at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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  1. Indeed, the National Weather Service is calling for it to hit 92 degrees tomorrow in the Baltimore area.
    Annoyingly, our car (soon to be replaced) has Maryland air, rather than conditioned air. :/

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      1. Could be worse, Philly air. 😉
        Or for pure hell, Qatar from mid-July through August and occasionally into September. 110 – 120 degrees, 100% humidity and no wind.

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