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Join us at CDC Museum 9/23 for ’s annual Live! Event. Learn more about the free event:
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CDC 1h
Don’t drive through flooded areas & standing water. Learn more about staying safe during a .
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Answer: Boil tap water for 1 minute to kill germs and make it safe to drink.
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CDC 2h
Moms – do you know how to ? Learn more so you can act fast to protect your family.
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CDC Global Health Sep 21
Germs travel fast. No passport needed. Learn why is critical. .
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CDC 16h
If your power is out, keep generators or gas-powered engines at least 20 feet away to prevent CO poisoning.
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CDC 18h
Ready to assess your risk for having a BRCA mutation? The Know:BRCA assessment may be right for you
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CDC 20h
CDC Museum is open 9/23 for ’s annual Live! Event. See our new exhibit.
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CDC 21h
Some mosquitoes spread and other viruses. CDC’s new maps show their estimated range in the contiguous US.
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CDC NCEZID 22h
Lab preparedness in rural Utah takes creativity, a courier service, and help from ELC funding
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CDC NCEZID 23h
Ticks are looking for one last meal before winter. For safe removal see
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Dr Brenda Fitzgerald 23h
Germs don’t need passports. Learn why is critical. .  
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CDC 23h
Where can the mosquitoes that spread live and reproduce in the US? Find out where: .
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CDC Sep 21
Rural Americans less likely to wear a seat belt & have higher risk of deaths from car crashes. Read new :
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CDC Sep 21
Help stop suicide risk early! Let’s work together during Awareness Month.
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CDC Sep 21
Turn around, don’t drown! Avoid driving through flooded areas and standing water.
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FEMA Region 2 Sep 20
Listen to officials for updates & instructions. Learn what to do before, during & after a hurricane at:
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FEMA Region 2 Sep 20
Don't walk or drive through floodwaters. 6 inches of moving water can knock you down; 2 ft. of fast-moving water can sweep your car away.
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CDC Sep 21
How long should you boil tap water to kill germs and make it safe to drink?
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CDC Environment Sep 15
has a new webinar about the National Registry? Check it out at
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