CDC Foundation Launches TINA

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CDC Foundation Launches TINA SADM #88 Jan/Feb 2020 CDC Foundation An Innovative Virtual Tool To Improve Cancer Patient-Provider Conversations About Infection Risk. The CDC Foundation launched the first educational tool using virtual human technology to improve patient-provider conversations about a … Read More

Raw-Milk (Unpasteurized)

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Raw-Milk (Unpasteurized) Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC If you’re thinking about drinking raw-milk because you believe it has health benefits, consider other options. Raw-milk can contain harmful germs, such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites that can make you … Read More

When Working in the Cold, Be Prepared and Be Aware

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When Working in the Cold, Be Prepared and Be Aware Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC When you must work in the cold, always be prepared and be aware. Workers in cold environments may be at risk of cold … Read More

Make sure your family is fully vaccinated against mumps

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Make sure your family is fully vaccinated against mumps Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Mumps vaccine is the best way to protect yourself against mumps, a contagious disease that can cause serious complications. Talk to your healthcare professional … Read More

Quitting Smoking Can Make You a Winner

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Quitting Smoking Can Make You a Winner Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Two out of every three cigarette smokers want to quit. Quitting is possible: the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout® reminds us that anyone can take the step … Read More

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention

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Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Daylight Savings Time ends Sunday, November 4. As you prepare to set your clocks back one hour, remember to check the batteries in your carbon monoxide (CO) detector. If … Read More

National Teen Drivers Safety Week

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National Teen Drivers Safety Week Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for US teens. Parents can make a big difference in keeping teen drivers safe. This year’s National Teen Driver … Read More

Disaster Safety for Expecting and New Parents

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Disaster Safety for Expecting and New Parents Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Disasters, such as wildfires, hurricanes, and floods, can be unpredictable and devastating. Learn general tips to get prepared before a disaster and what to do in case of a … Read More

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