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CDC's Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response (OPHPR) works with partners in the U.S. and around the world to protect public health 24/7.
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Parents and caregivers can help children cope with a disaster by encouraging them to share concerns and ask questions:
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Across the U.S., we provide direct support to local public health departments for surveillance and lab work. Globally, CDC supports more than 50 countries to monitor and respond to emerging influenza threats:
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PrepareAthon May 23
Consider medical equipment or medication in disaster planning for older adults. Prepare now during Older Americans Month with tips from :
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CDC Flu May 23
The 2017–18 season had the highest rate of flu-related hospitalizations on record since this type of surveillance began. The highest rate was among older adults aged 65 years and older, followed by adults between the ages of 50-65.
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CDC Emergency May 22
This spring, by staying in the shade & wearing a hat, sunglasses, long sleeves, & sunscreen. Share your to spread the word!
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Moms-to-be: Protect your pregnancy from ! Check out our prevention tips:
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CDC Emerging Infections May 22
Ebola viruses are found in several African countries? is endemic in Democratic Republic of the Congo, where outbreaks have occurred sporadically since 1976. Learn more about Ebola:
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CDC Emergency May 21
Protect all your skin with sunscreen, shade, a wide-brimmed hat, & sunglasses, & share your !
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CDC Emergency May 21
5 things you should know about the & why it matters 100 years later:
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CDC Emergency May 21
Test your knowledge with this foundational course from 's Public Health Associate Program:
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CDC_NCBDDD May 21
Knowing how to help children cope after an emergency can help them stay healthy in future emergencies. Learn more:
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CDC May 20
Disease cases from mosquito, tick, and flea bites have more than tripled in the US from 2004-2016. What’s happening in your state? Check out our state profiles.
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CDC Emergency May 20
5 things you should know about the & why it matters 100 years later:
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CDC Emergency May 19
An estimated 500 million people were infected by the virus, & people got very sick, very quickly. Find out more about the most severe pandemic in history:
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CDC Emergency May 16
. works tirelessly to protect Americans from the threat of a future flu pandemic. Find out what CDC learned from the pandemic & how science has evolved in the past 100 years:
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CDC May 18
Now 172 people reported from 32 states in the E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce. The romaine lettuce being sold and served today is NOT the romaine linked to illnesses. Check CDC’s page for updated advice:
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CDC Emergency May 18
: The second wave of the was the most deadly, with over 195,000 Americans dying in October of 1918 alone. Learn more:
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CDC Emergency May 18
Prepare for the travel season. Join us on May 22 at 1 PM ET for a webinar on travelers' , including to look out for & suggested . Learn more about the webinar & continuing education credits:
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TODAY at 10 am ET: Join us when we talk LIVE on Facebook with CDC to learn what it’s like to do “boots-on-the-ground” work. Don’t miss it!
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CDC Emergency May 17
In 2017, more than 80 people in the area were infected with . With help of the , & the local health department worked with the community to quickly control the :
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