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Smoking and COPD - Tips From Former Smokers

quitting  smoking  CDC  stop smoking  quit smoking  COPD  dangers of smoking  Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  commercial  effects of smoking  ad  Tips From Former Smokers  Tips from a Former Smoker  tips campaign  former smoker  cold turkey  Office on Smoking and Health  OSH  smoking and copd 

The Tips From Former Smokers campaign features real people suffering as a result of smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Supermarket and Grocery Store-Based Interventions to Promote Healthful Food Choices and Eating Practices: A Systematic Review - CDC

CDC  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD 

Increasingly high rates of obesity have heightened interest among researchers and practitioners in identifying evidence-based interventions to increase access to healthful foods and beverages.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Behaviors and Attitudes Associated With Low Drinking Water Intake Among US Adults, Food Attitudes and Behaviors Survey, 2007 - CDC

CDC  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD 

Water is vital for life, and plain water is a calorie-free option for hydration. Increasing consumption of drinking water is a strategy to reduce energy intake and lose or maintain weight; however, information on the characteristics of consumers who drink water is limited.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Strategic Priorities to Increase Use of Clinical Preventive Services Among Older US Adults- CDC

CDC  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD 

The objective of this project was to obtain professionals’ perceptions of system-level strategies with potential to increase use of clinical preventive services (CPS) among adults aged 50 years or older through community settings.

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CDC

Preventing Chronic Disease | Using Public Health andCommunity Partnerships to Reduce Density of Alcohol Outlets -CDC

CDC  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD 

Excessive alcohol use causes approximately 80,000 deaths in the United States each year. The Guide to Community Preventive Services recommends reducing the density of alcohol outlets — the number of physical locations in which alcoholic beverages are available for purchase either per area or per population — through the use of regulatory authority as an effective strategy for reducing excessive alcohol consumption and related harms.

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CDC

Preventing Chronic Disease - CDC: Volume 10, 2013:12_0090

Volumen 10 — el 11 de abril de 2013.

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CDC

Making Health Care Safer: Stop Infections from Lethal CRE Germs Now - CDC Vital Signs

infections  antibiotics  patients  KPC  Untreatable  hard-to-treat  CRE germs  medical facilities  resistant  NDM 

CDC Vital Signs links science, policy, and communications with the intent of communicating a call-to-action for the public. CDC Vital Signs provides the most recent, comprehensive data on key indicators of important health topics.

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CDC

Basic Information about Breast Cancer

cancer  breast  mammogram 

Basic information about breast cancer from CDC.

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CDC

Staying Healthy on a Last-Minute Trip | CDC Features

vaccines  malaria  CDC Features  international travel  Last-Minute Travel 

CDC recommends seeing a doctor at least 4–6 weeks before international travel, but a visit to a travel medicine specialist is valuable even if you have less time.

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Tips for Minorities: Prevent High Blood Pressure | CDC Features

hypertension  high blood pressure  CDC Features  minority health  African American Health 

A recent study shows that hospitalization due to high blood pressure is more common among African Americans. Learn what you can do to reduce your risk of developing high blood pressure.

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