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CDC Emergency 7h
: 5 holiday tips for a creating a “home ‘safe’ home” this .
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CDC Emergency 14h
is a leading cause of home & injuries. Stay alert & avoid distractions in the kitchen to prevent painful burns, scolds, & cuts.
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CDC Emergency 16h
Don’t get ‘done’ in by a that looks cooked. Use a food to make sure it reaches an internal temperature of 165°F.
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CDC Emergency Nov 22
Enforce a "kid-free zone" of at least 3 feet around your stove. Steam & hot liquids like & can burn.
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CDC Emergency Nov 22
Check the expiration dates on food, water, medicine, & batteries at least twice a year. Use & replace supplies dated to expire within the next 6 months.
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Stephen Redd, MD Nov 22
: Use fryers outside & away from the house. Never place them on a wooden deck or inside a garage. Fryers can easily overheat & start a fire.
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CDC Emergency Nov 22
: thaw your completely before you fry it. Even a partially frozen turkey will cause hot oil to splatter.
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CDC NCEZID Nov 22
Discover why the current outbreak of in Madagascar is unusual
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CDC Emergency Nov 21
DYK frying oil can reach temperatures of >400°F—hot enough to cause a painful burn. Keep a well-stocked first aid kit in the kitchen to treat injuries.
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CDC Global Health Nov 22
Fewer than 15 cases of wild polio were reported in 2017, but it only takes 1 to cause a global health crisis.
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CDC Emergency Nov 21
DYK frying oil can reach temperatures of >400°F—hot enough to cause a painful burn. Keep a well-stocked first aid kit in the kitchen to treat injuries.
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CDC Emergency Nov 21
Your body begins to lose heat faster than it’s produced in temperatures. Limit your exposure to extreme cold. Dress in layers & stay dry to avoid :
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CDC NCEZID Nov 21
Planning to travel this holiday season? Check out ’s featured infographic to learn the top 5 things everyone needs to know about
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CDC Emergency Nov 20
Don’t make a mistake this . Keep your guests safe with these tips to prevent food poisoning:
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Stephen Redd, MD Nov 21
DYK is THE peak day for fires. Make (& practice) a home escape plan that identifies at least 2 ways out of every room.
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CDC Emergency Nov 21
Get tested for if you/your parents were born in or the Islands. Left untreated, 1 in 4 ppl with develop life-threatening problems.
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CDC_NCBDDD Nov 17
Educators: helps families prepare for emergencies incl. floods & mold cleanup:
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CDC Emergency Nov 20
Don’t make a mistake this . Keep your guests safe with these tips to prevent food poisoning:
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CDC_NCBDDD Nov 16
Moms: If you’re coming from an area affected by the recent & is a concern for you, be sure to talk to a doctor ASAP.
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Dr Brenda Fitzgerald Nov 20
CDC is working closely w. , , & other federal partners in helping the people of Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands recover from recent storms. I am grateful to the hundreds of employees dedicated to this effort.
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