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Go to the dept if your child displays any emergency warning signs of sickness incl fast or trouble breathing & bluish skin color.
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CDC Flu 5h
: In the U.S., employees miss approximately 17 million workdays due to flu. Find out what actions you can take to prevent the spread of flu at work:
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Dr. Anne Schuchat Feb 22
New blog: 6 Things You Need to Know About This Season:
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CDC Feb 21
Here are 6 Things You Need to Know About This Season:
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CDC Flu Feb 21
Latest shows that flu activity remains elevated across the U.S. During seasons with increased severity, flu antiviral medications to treat flu are especially important as an adjunct to flu vaccination.
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CDC_NCBDDD Feb 21
Bright red, cold skin, and very low energy are the warning signs of hypothermia in infants.
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CDC Flu Feb 21
: Even healthy people can get flu and become very sick. Flu vaccination and everyday preventive actions, like frequent handwashing, are important to protect against flu infection and spread.
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CDC_NCBDDD Feb 20
On , let’s remember that pets are family too! 🐶🐱🐹🐰 Children can help pets prepare for emergencies with Ready Wrigley’s Pet Emergency Kit Checklist:
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CDC Feb 20
Kratom linked to 28 Salmonella infections in 20 states. CDC recommends people not consume kratom in any form because it might be contaminated with Salmonella.
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CDC Emergency Feb 18
The emotional impact of an on a child depends on the child. Some children react right away; others may not show signs of difficulty until much later.
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CDC Emergency Feb 17
Educators: Students need help from adults to cope with an . Download FREE resources to help students displaced by & .
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CDC Emergency Feb 16
Involve children in making preparations to make emergencies less stressful. Ask them what they think should go in an emergency kit & plan.
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CDC Emergency Feb 15
: Disruption to a child’s schooling, housing, friendships, health care, & family networks can affect his/her ability to advance emotionally, socially, & academically.
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CDC Emergency Feb 15
CO poisoning symptoms are often described as “-like.” The most common symptoms are headache, dizziness, weakness, upset stomach, vomiting, chest pain, & confusion.
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CDC Emergency Feb 14
A8: Squirrel away some activity books for a rainy day:
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CDC Emergency Feb 14
Smart cookies prepare their vehicle(s) for a roadside with supplies, including a 🔦, warm clothes, jumper cables, & a first aid kit.
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CDC Emergency Feb 14
Shovel smart. Shoveling & weather put extra strain on your heart. Recognize & react to the 5 major signs & symptoms of a attack:
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CDC Emergency Feb 14
Replying to @MarylandOPR
A1: Roses are red Violets are blue Cover your nose & mouth On every achoo!
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CDC Emergency Feb 14
The emotional impact of an on a child depends on the child. Some children react right away; others may not show signs of difficulty until much later.
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CDC NCEZID Feb 13
Protect yourself while dining out for with these 14 tips on a healthy and safe meal.
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