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Topic - Nancy Clark
"With public and private support, a public-education campaign is being developed to raise awareness about safe use of personal music players ... and risks of loud and long listening," said Nancy Clark, the city Health Department's assistant commissioner of environmental disease prevention, in the Post report.
The idea was to find people who "sheltered in place" during the storm, who might need assistance, said Nancy Clark, an assistant commissioner in the city's health department.