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Dr. Robert R. Redfield 17h
I am deeply appreciative of ’s interest to try to get accurate information to the communities affected by . collaborated with him on this PSA to help build trust in the region and bring the Ebola outbreak to end.
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CDC 17h
. helps increase parent and family engagement in schools by providing resources and support to local education agencies. Helping students feel more connected to school and family may have long-lasting positive effects into adulthood.
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use leads to , which occurs when bacteria develop the ability to defeat the drugs designed to kill them. Learn more about the threat of antibiotic resistance.
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When thunder roars, go indoors. Find a safe, enclosed shelter if you’re ever caught outside while lightning strikes. Learn more thunderstorm safety tips: .
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is around the corner. Not sure how you’ll be ? Find a testing day event near you with the testing day events map: .
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CDC Jun 24
“We can stop if we all work together.” - Dikembe Mutombo. CDC thanks for his support sharing crucial & potentially life-saving messages about to affected communities in his native .
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Dr. Robert R. Redfield Jun 24
While no one spokesperson can reach every single member of key audiences in or elsewhere in the world, we thank for helping to reduce misinformation so communities can work together to combat . Watch:
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Dr. Robert R. Redfield Jun 24
Grateful for Dikembe Mutombo’s support in spreading crucial and potentially life-saving messages about to affected communities in his native . I hope his example encourages others to join this effort! Watch in ’s new PSA.
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CDC Jun 22
Keep chickens or ducks in your backyard, or know someone who does? Wash your hands after touching chickens, ducks, their eggs, and anything in their environment.
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Aspen Ideas Festival Jun 22
A 🔑 role of is providing evidence-based data. “We do the nation a service when we can show evidence-based data about the important health consequences and economic health consequences of, for example, bringing an end to the HIV epidemic.” —
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AtlanticLIVE Jun 22
I think the biggest thing the can provide is evidence-based outcome data to show the impact of different interventions, shares on helping with health care delivery. The points of view need to be grounded in data which is grounded in science
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Aspen Ideas Festival Jun 22
. outlines 3 priorities for : 1️⃣ Ending epidemics, including the opioid epidemic and pandemic flu 2️⃣ Eliminating disease, including HIV/AIDs and vaccine-preventable diseases 3️⃣ Health security Watch live:
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AtlanticLIVE Jun 22
. of kicks off the conversation by asking what are the 's priorities at the time? Our priorities are addressing the opioid epidemic, pandemic flu and eliminating disease
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AtlanticLIVE Jun 22
We're LIVE for In Conversation with Robert Redfield, Director of the CDC at . Stream the interview between 's and 's here:
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CDC Jun 22
How many points can you earn by answering fun questions about health? skill for Amazon Alexa.
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CDC Jun 22
Class of 2019! If you’re heading off to college, don’t let your health take a back seat. Use these tips to stay healthy on your new adventure! Find more resources here: .
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CDC Jun 21
? Wearing sunscreen with SPF 15 or higher, and UVA and UVB protection can reduce your risk of . Unprotected skin can be damaged in as little as 15 minutes. Learn more about protecting your skin from skin cancer.
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CDC Jun 21
Brian started smoking at a young age. Now he is living with the health consequences of smoking, including heart disease, lung cancer, and COPD. Read Brian’s story: .
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CDC Jun 21
Taking your kids to the zoo or fair this summer? Always supervise kids around animals. Remember: Kids under 5 shouldn’t touch reptiles, amphibians, or chickens and ducks—these animals are more likely to make them sick.
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CDC Jun 21
Replying to @mhiterer
He should visit a doctor before he leaves to discuss the vaccines, medications, & advice he’ll need. For more information, please see: .
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