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CDC 1h
January is Birth Defects Prevention Month. Let's prevent infections and protect babies & families!
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CDC 2h
About 2 in 3 Native Americans with kidney failure have .
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CDC 6h
See a doc at least 4-6 wks before travel to get any vaccines, meds, or advice you need! That goes for partners, too. 2/2
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Check your destination on the website; you can select “pregnant” for special info. . 1/2
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CDC 18h
Know an immunization leader or advocate? Nominate them for CDC’s Childhood Immunization Champion Award:
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CDC 19h
Native Americans have a greater chance of having than any other US racial group.
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CDC 20h
Getting a shot while pregnant can help protect you and your baby after birth from flu. Learn more:
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CDC 21h
Did you know? CDC activated its response nearly a year ago. Learn more.
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CDC 22h
Make a pledge for babies & families! Join the Birth Defects Prevention Month Thunderclap
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CDC 22h
Thanks , , and others for helping ensure women and partners are prepped for pregnancy.
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CDC 22h
Follow for the latest information on prevention, vaccination, and treatment.
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Follow for more information on ways to .
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CDC 22h
Pregnant women & their partners can learn about affected areas here .
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CDC 22h
Pregnant women & partners shouldn’t travel to areas w/ . If you must travel, talk to your Dr. about planning for travel.
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CDC 23h
CDC's aims to provide better info to women and Drs. on safer med use during pregnancy.
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CDC 23h
If you’re thinking about becoming pregnant, talk to your healthcare provider about any meds you are taking.
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CDC 23h
can be more serious for some ppl like pregnant women, babies, and seniors. to protect loved ones.
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CDC 23h
Pregnant women can receive the shot at any time, during any trimester, while pregnant.
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CDC 23h
Vaccination helps protect women during/after pregnancy. Getting vaccinated can also protect a baby from after birth.
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CDC 23h
Get 400 mcg of folic acid every day! Make it delicious: Take a multivitamin and enjoy it with a smoothie.
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