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

New Data on Autism Five Facts to Know

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New Data on Autism Five Facts to Know Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Many children are living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and they need services and support, now and as they grow into adolescence and adulthood. More … Read More

Why Act Early if You’re Concerned about Development ?

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Why Act Early if You’re Concerned about Development Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Act early on developmental concerns to make a real difference for your child and you! If you’re concerned about your child’s development, don’t wait. You … Read More

Need yellow fever vaccine ? Plan ahead

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Need yellow fever vaccine ? Plan ahead Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Planning a trip to South America or Africa? Find out if yellow fever vaccine is needed at your destination and plan ahead to get it. Only a limited … Read More

Celebrate National Minority Health Month

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Celebrate National Minority Health Month Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC April is National Minority Health Month. The theme for 2018 is “Partnering for Health Equity.” Learn more and help raise awareness of the health disparities that affect minorities. … Read More

Wash Your Hands

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Wash Your Hands Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC Handwashing is one of the best ways to protect yourself, your family, and others from getting sick. Washing your hands with soap and water is simple and easy. More importantly, … Read More

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