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Are you more likely to get Alzheimer’s disease? Learn who is at risk.
Learn how to protect you and your loved ones during a thunderstorm.
If you’re pregnant or planning a pregnancy, there are simple steps you can take to protect your fetus or newborn from infections that cause serious health problems.
Learn what to do if someone has a seizure.
CDC is working to improve the lives of people with SCD.
Put every medicine up and away and out of children’s reach and sight.
Learn how to stay healthy around animals at fairs, zoos, and aquariums.
Learn more about the progress CDC has made since the 2009 Flu Pandemic in monitoring, detecting, treating, and preventing flu.
Set an example with healthy habits.
Learn about vaccine safety.
Raw oysters can contain Vibrio, a harmful germ. Learn how to stay safe.
CDC’s Essentials for Parenting is a free, online resource which helps parents.
Learn how to prevent RMSF by preventing tick bites.
Improve the health and academic outcomes of LGBT students.
Find out more about Tourette syndrome.
Learn how they’re double trouble, and where to get help to quit if you smoke.
Take these steps to help stay healthy after your cancer treatment is finished.
Lupus can affect people of all ages and races/ethnicities. Learn more.
Make sure you’re vaccinated for measles before traveling abroad.
A hearing screening is important for your baby’s social & language development