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Remembering the 1918 Influenza Pandemic
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Remembering the 1918 Influenza Pandemic Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC This year marks the 100th anniversary of the 1918 influenza pandemic that swept the globe in what is still one of the deadliest disease outbreaks in recorded history.  … Read More

Fungal Infections – Protect Your Health
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Fungal Infections – Protect Your Health Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Have you wondered about your chances of getting a fungal infection? Here are 10 questions you can use to understand fungal infections, learn how you can get … Read More

Fewer HPV Infections Mean Healthier Communities of Color
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Fewer HPV Infections Mean Healthier Communities of Color Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Human papillomavirus (or HPV) can cause several types of cancer, and some communities of color have higher rates of these cancers. HPV vaccine can protect … Read More

Protect Your Baby with Immunization
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Protect Your Baby with Immunization Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Immunization is one of the best ways parents can protect their infants from 14 serious childhood diseases before age 2. Vaccinate your child according to the CDC’s recommended … Read More

Diabetes and Women
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Diabetes and Women Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Women with diabetes have more to manage. Stay on track by checking your blood sugar often, eating healthy food, and being active so you can be your healthiest and feel … Read More

Celebrate National Women’s Health Week
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Celebrate National Women’s Health Week Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC National Women’s Health Week starts each year on Mother’s Day to encourage women to make their health a priority. Take these steps to live a safer and healthier … Read More

Staying Safe in a Tornado
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Staying Safe in a Tornado Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Staying Safe in a Tornado, prepare a plan and an emergency kit, stay aware of weather conditions during thunderstorms, know the best places to shelter both indoors and … Read More

Teen Substance Use & Risks
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Teen Substance Use & Risks Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Parents play a critical role in their children’s lives. As their children grow to pre-teens and teens, parents worry about new risks they may experience. One such risk … Read More

Your Child Is At Risk for Mental Health Issues After a Disaster
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Your Child Is At Risk for Mental Health Issues After a Disaster Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC After a disaster, children may experience anxiety, fear, sadness, sleep disruption, distressing dreams, irritability, difficulty concentrating, and anger outbursts. Learn the … Read More

How Many Calories? Keep an Eye on the Menu
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How Many Calories? Keep an Eye on the Menu U.S. Food & Drug Administration, FDA Did you know that food and beverages consumed away from home contribute a lot of calories to our diets — as much as one-third of … Read More

Do You Vape? See These Tips on How to Keep E-Liquids Away from Children
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Do You Vape? See These Tips on How to Keep E-Liquids Away from Children U.S. Food & Drug Administration, FDA As e-cigarettes (also called “vapes”) have become more popular, more children are being accidentally exposed to nicotine-containing e-liquids—which can cause … Read More