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CDC Dec 15
Do not buy or eat romaine lettuce unless you can tell it is not from Monterey, San Benito, or Santa Barbara counties in northern and central California. E. coli outbreak now includes 59 people.
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CDC Dec 14
. from goes into the field with scientists to a remote jungle in to discover how Marburg virus spreads from Egyptian fruit bats to people. Read more:
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CDC Dec 14
Hosting a holiday buffet? Use a slow cooker, chafing dish or warming tray to keep hot foods hot.
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CDC Dec 14
? is a risk in travel destinations: the , , , , , and . Pregnant women should NOT travel to areas with risk of Zika. ➡️
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CDC Dec 14
Anyone can get an infection, and almost any infection can lead to . Protect yourself and your family by spotting the signs and symptoms.
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CDC Dec 13
E. coli Outbreak Update: Don’t eat romaine lettuce from Monterey, San Benito, or Santa Barbara counties in northern and central California. Check labels on products. If you can’t tell where it was grown, don’t eat it.
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CDC Dec 13
Is your family ready for winter? Extreme cold can be dangerous for children. Teach your kids how to prepare with Ready Wrigley!
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CDC Dec 13
Wash your hands with soap and water to avoid spreading germs this holiday season. Follow these 5 steps every time you wash your hands: wet, lather, scrub, rinse, and dry. Find out how washing hands can protect you and your family.
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CDC Dec 13
Replying to @HCotter33
Make sure that foods that contain raw or lightly cooked eggs, such as homemade mayonnaise, are made only with pasteurized eggs.
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CDC Dec 13
Replying to @HCotter33
Even doughs and batters made without eggs can be contaminated. Raw flour can also be contaminated with germs. Bake and cook all doughs and batters according to recipes or packaging before eating.
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CDC Injury Center Dec 12
When motor vehicle passengers in the back seat don’t wear seat belts, they increase the risk of injury to everyone in the car. Learn more about proper seat belt use:
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CDC Dec 12
Germs are everywhere! Protect yourself and your family from getting sick and spreading germs to loved ones by washing your hands the right way.
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CDC Dec 12
Planning a cruise this winter? Outbreaks of vomiting and diarrhea from are common on cruise 🛳️—don’t let this ruin your voyage. Wash your hands often with soap and water. More from ➡️
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CDC Dec 12
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CDC Dec 12
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CDC Dec 12
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CDC Dec 12
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CDC Dec 12
We hope you learned some key holiday tips today. Remember to be food safe now and all year round!
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CDC Dec 12
T4: It’s OK to put hot foods directly into the refrigerator. Make sure to divide large pots of soup/stews, and big roasts, into small quantities before refrigerating so they’ll cool quickly enough to prevent bacteria from growing.
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