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Action needed now to halt spread of deadly bacteria

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Share the Cerebral Palsy Quiz, - NCBDDD

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Severe Respiratory Illness Associated with a Novel Coronavirus - Worldwide, 2012-2013

CDC continues to work closely with the World Health Organization (WHO) and other partners to better understand the public health risk posed by a novel coronavirus that was first reported to cause human infection in September 2012 (1–3). Genetic sequence analyses have shown that this new virus is different from any other known human coronaviruses, including the one that caused severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) (2). As of March 7, 2013, a total of 14 confirmed cases of novel coronavirus infection have been reported to WHO, with eight deaths (4).

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Recruitment and RetentionTechniques for Developing Faith-Based Research Partnerships, NewYork City, 2009-2012 - CDC

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Faith-based organizations are recognized as an influential venue for behavioral health interventions. However, less is known about efficient approaches for identifying and recruiting these organizations and about the processes that enable successful partnership.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Recruitment and Retention ofPregnant Women for a Behavioral Intervention: Lessons from theMaternal Adiposity, Metabolism, and Stress MAMAS Study -CDC

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Recruiting participants for research studies can be challenging. Many studies fall short of their target or must prolong recruitment to reach it. We examined recruitment and retention strategies and report lessons learned in a behavioral intervention developmental trial to encourage healthy pregnancy weight gain and stress reduction in low-income overweight pregnant women.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Enrollment and RetentionChallenges in Early-Phase Intervention Development Studies: TheObesity-Related Behavioral Intervention Trials ORBIT -CDC

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Recent gains in life expectancy in the United States are threatened by high rates of obesity. Substandard diets and low levels of physical activity have been identified as key determinants of overweight, obesity, and many other chronic conditions. Fundamental to preventing and treating obesity and its concomitant conditions is the adoption and maintenance of healthful dietary and physical activity habits.

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Announcements: Ground Water Awareness Week - March 10-16,2013

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Announcements: Online Career Master of Public Health Programfor Working Professionals

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Announcements: Epidemiology in Action Course

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Notes from the Field: School Reporting of a Dengue Outbreak- St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands, 2012

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Notes from the Field: Outbreak of Infections Caused byShigella sonnei with Decreased Susceptibility to Azithromycin - LosAngeles, California, 2012

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Vital Signs: Carbapenem-Resistant Enterobacteriaceae

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