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CDC Sep 21
True/False: All hereditary breast and ovarian cancers are caused by an abnormal gene. Get the answer: .
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CDC Sep 20
21 states have laws that protect minors under 18 from the harms of indoor tanning? Learn more about this and other strides made in prevention: .
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CDC Sep 20
When the outbreak began, CDC senior advisor for preparedness and response Shahrokh Roohi was deployed to Geneva, Switzerland to help prepare strategies to contain traveler-associated spread of the disease. Read more about Shahrokh: .
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CDC Sep 20
? Alzheimer’s disease is the most common type of among older adults. It involves parts of the brain that control thought, memory, & language. Over time, it can affect a person’s ability to carry out daily activities. Learn more:
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Dr. Robert R. Redfield Sep 20
Partner with to during September 23-27 by sharing information to increase awareness in your community:
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CDC Sep 20
: All types of alcohol increase the risk of fetal alcohol spectrum disorders, including red and white wine, beer, and liquor?
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CDC Sep 20
In May 2017, a 77-year-old man in Michigan was treated for (TB) caused by Mycobacterium bovis. The patient had regularly hunted & field-dressed in an area with an enzootic focus of M. bovis during the past 20 years. Read more:
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HHS.gov Sep 20
Help is available to successfully overcome addiction. Find treatment near you:
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CDC Sep 20
Parents and Caregivers: Would your child know who to call during an emergency? Use these free resources to make an emergency contact card with your child and be sure it is in their backpack.
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CDC Sep 20
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Pictured here is an installation view of Roots of Wisdom exhibition. Courtesy of the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
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CDC Sep 20
Stop by David J. Sencer CDC Museum tomorrow, 9/21, for ’s annual Event. Learn more about the museum and the free event:
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CDC Sep 20
Parents, listen to this 3 minute for tips on developing an plan for your children as they head back to school: .
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CDC Sep 20
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If you get sick with norovirus, don’t prepare food for others until at least 48 hours after symptoms stop, as you can still spread the virus during this time.
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CDC Sep 20
can get on food if touched by sick people, placed on contaminated surfaces, or contaminated at the source.
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Dr. Robert R. Redfield Sep 19
Delighted to see support for advancing work to modernize flu vaccine production.   For the upcoming flu season, getting a flu vaccine is the first and most important step in protecting against flu and its potentially serious complications.
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CDC Sep 19
Be a : Use food thermometers correctly. For a thinner piece of meat, like a hamburger patty, insert the food thermometer into the side. For a thicker piece of meat, like a whole chicken, insert it from the top. Learn more: .
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CDC Sep 19
David J. Sencer CDC Museum is open 9/21 for ’s annual Event. See our “Changing Winds: Public Health and Indian Country exhibit” and more. Pictured here is an extended Navajo family, 2019. Photograph by Kiliii Yuyan.
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CDC Sep 19
Anyone can get an infection and almost any infection can lead to sepsis. Who is at higher risk? Learn the answer and take the rest of the quiz here: .
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CDC Environment Sep 19
Food may not be safe to eat during and after a or . Discard food that • May have been exposed to floodwater • Are perishable and have not been properly refrigerated • Have an unusual odor, color, or texture More tips:
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CDC Sep 19
Partners: As approaches, use resources from the Digital Media Toolkit to help : .
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