After the suspicious deaths of two patients from Legionnaire's disease at Columbia Presbyterian Hospital (neither patient was hospitalized for Legionnaire's), it turns out that the hospital had been trying to treat its water pipes and the possibility of Legionnaire's outbreaks in them since last year. The Daily News "obtained state records" that showed Columbia Presbyterian only told a few hospital employees about the Legionnaire's possibility. The disease can further worsen people with compromised immune systems, so it has no place in a hospital; apparently the hospital decided telling more people would only induce a panic. Hmm, panic versus deaths - hard to make a call on that one. Note to self: If you're admitted to Columbia Presbyterian, drink bottled water and don't bathe while you're there. And ask them to boil all the water.