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Save the date! Join & for next Fri., Apr. 25 from 1-2PM EDT to discuss how to be a safe patient.
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CDC’s recruiting for Director for NCEH/ATSDR. MD/PhD or equiv degree required. Apply by 5/27
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. Highlights Strategies for Reducing Health Disparities through CDC-sponsored interventions. Learn more: .
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4 tribal programs w/ evidence-based strategies increased use of seat belts/child safety seats.
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Don’t miss session 4/22, 1pm ET on autism spectrum disorder & evidence-based interventions.
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Latest FoodNet data shows many foodborne infections above Healthy People 2020 targets & highest for children <5 years
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91% of stores w/in 1,000 ft of in St. Louis display cigarette ads says study. More in
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New describes promising public health strategies to reduce racial & ethnic disparities.
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Encourage sexually active teens to be responsible and schedule regular visits w/ a health care provider.
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CDC 5d
RSV can be serious. Help protect your child & others from by following a few prevention tips: .
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Have a question for about autism spectrum disorder? Reply to this tweet or e-mail grandrounds@cdc.gov.
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LIVE on 4/22, 1pm ET! CDC data shows children ID’d w/ ASD in multiple US communities.
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Want to create brief mobile-friendly e-learning? Use the new Quick-Learn Design Toolkit.
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Parents: Need help talking to your teen? Remember-you were there once. Check out these tips:
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CDC 6d
April is Awareness Month. Ready to make a difference? Here's what you can do:
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Healthcare providers: Teen pregnancy rate decreasing, but more can be done, says in video:
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T12: CDC has info for providers to share with parents.
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T12: CDC has info for parents.
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T11: Parents who choose to not vaccinate their children should know risks & responsibilities of decision
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T5: Delaying or skipping vaccines can leave a child vulnerable to a disease that could have been prevented.
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