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The pandemic: Here are 5 things you should know about the pandemic & why it matters 100 years later:
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Are you a mom? Here are a few tips to help you be prepared if disaster strikes.
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In , where 20,000 people are culturally deaf & use American Sign Language (ASL) as their primary language, initiatives like the help to ensure information is accessible to the whole community. Learn more:
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CDCObesity Aug 15
Be prepared. Follow these tips to feed your infant safely when strikes.
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CDC Emergency Aug 15
nearly 1 out of 5 children in the U.S. has a special need. A personalized kit is necessary for all families, & especially important for families of children with special healthcare needs. Learn more:
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CDC Emergency Aug 15
The allows our nation to invest in the critical public resources that contribute to our overall national security. Investing in preparedness before an occurs saves lives. Learn more:
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CDC Emerging Infections Aug 15
Microchips are a great way to be for emergencies. They can help reunite lost pets with their families, but only if the microchip registration info is up-to-date! Make sure you for all your pets!
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CDC Flu Aug 15
Did you know? This year marks the 50th anniversary of the pandemic that introduced influenza A(H3N2) viruses into humans. H3N2 continues to circulate and was the most common flu virus during the 2017-18 U.S. flu season.
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CDCChronic Aug 15
Knowing how to hand express breast milk can be helpful to any mother who is used to pumping. If the power goes out, mothers will not be able to use their electric breast pumps.
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CDC Emergency Aug 14
Each yr., about 50,000 people go to departments due to accidental carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning. Learn practical skills like how to use a portable generator safely to prevent CO poisoning during a power outage. Learn more:
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CDC Flu Aug 14
Dr. James Stevens oversees and coordinates CDC's flu laboratories. “Every novel flu virus that comes in our doors is treated like a pandemic-potential virus.” Read Dr. Stevens' reflection on and preparing for future challenges:
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CDC Emergency Aug 14
People with lung diseases like are at higher risk from , but anyone can get sick if there is enough smoke in the air. Here are 8 tips for protecting yourself from breathing wildfire smoke:
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CDC Environment Aug 14
Wildfire Survival Tip: Protect yourself from ash cleaning up after a :
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CDC Emergency Aug 14
Flash floods can occur with little to no notice. If told to evacuate, leave only with essential items. Prepare important documents, including immunization, vital, & veterinary records ahead of an emergency. Learn more ways to :
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CDC Emergency Aug 13
In 1918, a new virus emerged causing a that killed an estimated 675,000 Americans & at least 50 million people worldwide. Here are 5 things you should know about the & why it matters 100 years later:
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CDC Community Health Aug 13
Be prepared. Follow these tips to feed your infant safely when disaster strikes.
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CDC Aug 13
“Of Mice and Men: Discovering a Deadly Hantavirus in the Americas”. Watch our upcoming session and listen to CDC Disease Detectives discuss the 1993 investigation of a new, deadly hantavirus in the U.S. on Wednesday, August 15 at 1 pm ET.
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NIOSH Aug 13
To prepare for tomorrow, we should plan today. Even if there’s no risk of a hurricane right now, emergency responders need to be prepared to respond in the event of a hurricane this summer. Remember, disasters don’t plan ahead, but you can!
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CDC Emerging Infections Aug 13
time! Which of these can transmit to people?
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CDC Emergency Aug 12
Learn practical skills like how to safely remove ticks with tweezers: . Outdoor activities like walking your dog, camping, & gardening can put you in close contact with . Check yourself, children, & pets for ticks after being outside.
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